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Furniture Polish for Removing Labels

Those horrible price tag stickers on glass, acrylic, plastic, and wood are a pain. To remove them try to take off as much as you can then take furniture polish and spray on that spot well. Let sit about 5 minutes the wipe with a soft paper towel. You might need to do this one or two more times depending on the size of sticker and how much glue was on it, but it never fails and does not scratch or mar product.

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January 28, 20100 found this helpful

We have had a lot of luck using peanut butter to remove stickers. We learned this from a friend years ago. Just spread a little on the sticker and wait for it to dry, then scrape it off. The sticker usually comes right off.

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