Removing Wrapper Glue from Tin Cans
I am going to be using tin cans from veggies and such for some crafts, and I can't seem to get the glue from the wrappers off, I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on what to use that is very inexpensive to buy?
Cali in GA Showing: Answers Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance By guest (Guest Post) Flag July 21, 2004 0 found this helpful
We use WD40 for this all the time. It works great if you spray it on (outside of course) and let it sit for a short while. Sometimes it may require a second application
By guest (Guest Post) Flag July 22, 2004 0 found this helpful
I just scrape it off with a knife.
July 23, 2004 0 found this helpful
Try sticking the cans in the freezer. The labels and glue should just pop right off.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag July 24, 2004 0 found this helpful
Goo Gone works good too.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag July 27, 2004 0 found this helpful
You can also try putting them in the Dish washer. The heat from the dish washer makes the glue really easy to get off.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag October 23, 2004 0 found this helpful
Just run them under hot water as you pull gently, it comes right off!
February 6, 2015 0 found this helpful
Use a mixture of cooking oil and baking soda as an alternative to Goo Gone.
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