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Skin So Soft for Sticker Removal

Did you just buy the neatest photo frame at the thrift store but they put this big ole sticker on the glass and now you can't get it off? Just run the sticker under some warm water to remove it and then dry it. After you dry it, use some Avon Skin So Soft to remove the excess sticky stuff - works every time!



By Lynne from Sharon, WI

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April 17, 20080 found this helpful

On most stickers, a hair blow dryer does a great job and doesn't leave much, if any, residue.

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April 18, 20080 found this helpful

Your right about the hair dryer. I try it first for all types of stickers. Sometimes if you get it too hot you'll be left with the glue on the item but regular old cooking oil (any kind) will usually take it right off. Also the hair dryer and cooking oil will take gum out of hair, carpets and off furniture. Just be sure carpets and furniture are washable because you'll have to get the oil residue off with soap and water.

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