Stickers or wet paper can stick to wooden things when they dry. It can be challenge to remove without damaging the wood. This is a guide about removing paper stuck to wood.
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If someone mistakingly uses a paper towel or newspaper for a coaster you may find youself with paper stuck to your furniture. Peel away as much of the paper as you can, then apply some olive oil to a clean rag. Apply the olive oil to the paper and the paper should remove easily.
If you ever get a piece of plastic or paper that is 'stuck' to your countertop or dresser, just add a drop or two of baby oil to the spot and it should lift right off.
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Here are questions related to Removing Paper Stuck to Wood.
A wet magazine was left on finished table top inadvertently leaving some black words and some red from the magazine. How can I remove the print without ruining the finish?
Try using some "Awesome" cleaner from dollar tree. I would try it diluted first and then work up to full strength. It is really wonderful! It is a yellow liquid in an odd-shaped bottle.
How do I get a piece of wet cardboard that dried on a wood table off without ruining the table?
By Lynda from Kearny, NJ
By Sherri 05/01/2010
My husband refinished antique furniture. He said to apply some mayonnaise to it and let it sit for awhile and then it should come right off.
How do I remove dried newspaper that is stuck on my dark wood dining table without ruining the finish? Thanks I am desperate.
By Aehtna from Los Angeles, CA
By Frances Adams 07/15/2009
Try spreading on a thin layer of vegetable or olive oil, letting it set for a few, then rub off with an old soft kitchen towel, and wipe clean.