Vinegar to Remove Sticky Substances
Can vinegar remove sticky substances?
DJ from Slidell, LA Showing: Answers Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance January 25, 2008 0 found this helpful
Use vegetable oil, it works wonders!
By guest (Guest Post) Flag January 25, 2008 0 found this helpful
My husband had something sticky on a guitar and the tiniest bit of olive oil
January 25, 2008 0 found this helpful
It can remove some, like postage stamps. Apply the vinegar from the back side. If the sticky residue is from tape, price stickers, or hot glue a piece of tape is the best thing I ever found to remove it.
January 30, 2008 0 found this helpful
Don't know about vinegar but an oily substance will remove a lot. I've used cooking spray or vegetable oil on sticky stuff left from labels on bottles. Off your subject, but I've also used cooking spray on squeaky doors.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag January 30, 2008 0 found this helpful
I use WD-4o to remove glue from plastic. Just spray it on, let it set a minute and wipe it off. Wash as normal
By guest (Guest Post) Flag January 31, 2008 0 found this helpful
Not sure about vinegar but Goo-Gone works really well.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag December 20, 2008 0 found this helpful
Vegetable Oil worked wonders to remove a sticky substance on the bottom of a new kitchen pan. I tried for 10 minutes to scurb with warm soapy water before I gave up and looked for an alternatice.
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