When using a craft product (such as a cigar box) and there is a price sticker on it, use a hair dryer to help remove it. It comes off easier and leaves no sticky residue.
By Bambi from Hudson, NY
I tried a tip that really works to get rid of hard-to-remove tags. WD40 did the trick. I read about it from their newsletter. I tried nail polish remover first with little success. Fished out my spray can of WD40, gave both tags a shot, let sit for about 5 to 10 minutes and -- presto -- gunk gone with ease.
By HAC from CT
goo gone works miracles, as well. i have used it on dinner plates and movie cases, among many other things. i wouldnt recommend it on wood or something easy to damage, because i use a razor blade after soaking in goo gone for about 5-10 minutes. it comes off perfectly leaving no damages.
I agree with the above statement AS I TOO KNOW FOR A FACT that WD40 will take off those pesky price stickers left on many things!
Try the hair dryer too. It will heat up the sticker glue. Then when I have stickers on my books, I heat them up, peel them off and the residual sticky stuff I remove with nail polish remover. Works every time.
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