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Removing Label from Glass Jars

Soak glass jars in hottest water that your faucet will allow. Make sure labels are completely submerged. If there is more than one label that can't be submerged rotate the jar until labels are peeling off on their own. Once this is done, wash the jar inside and out and let it dry completely. Use acetone (found in or as nail polish remover) with an old rag or cotton and wipe away adhesive. Just dab acetone on the rag or cotton. It doesn't take much. Wash the jar again to make sure all adhesive and streaks are gone. Don't forget to wash your hands.

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