Overtime, stickers can bond with the wood and they become very difficult to remove without leaving behind some of the paper and glue from the sticker. To remove the remaining sticker, dip a cloth in cooking oil and scrub the sticker. Repeat as necessary.
WD40 spray works every time!
how do i remove glue from a wood desk? The finish is removed because I applied "glue gone" and "goof off" ...
it was a piece of paper that was stuck to the surface
Some of the glue came off and there is still some stickiness. Any suggestions?
Thanks TBurton!! You saved me a ton of time.
Also, letting it soak for awhile helps alot too!
Thanks Tburton & booth96. Your tips are great help and work wonderfully.
I used Pledge to get old glue off my wooden coffee table and it worked great!! Just spray it on and let sit for awhile then wipe away with a rag. I used circular motions. Repeat until all gone.
Thanks TBurton. WD40 worked great. It also removes crayon from painted walls really well!
Put peanut butter on the glue spot and rub away with a paper towel, push on the spot while rubbing.
That works but it took forever.
Do you think I could apply WD40 on a red leather couch surface? The adhesive from the sticker that came on the couch is still there!
Thanks TBurton WD40 works! It also works well on laminate flooring to remove glue marks but when using it be very careful as the floor becomes incredibly slippery.
WD 40 also work to take bumper stickers off cars.
I tried using cooking oil as a first line of defense to remove sticker adhesive from a ready-to-assemble crib, but it pitted the wood. Whoops! The Pledge idea worked great, but it did take a while.
WD40 does work well but I have found that Armor All is even better.
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