Removing Residue From Press and Seal?

I have found that Press and Seal is too strong on many occasions. It sticks too well. I would like to know what would safely remove the adhesive from acrylic surfaces after the Press and Seal is removed. Thank you for your consideration.

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April 10, 20080 found this helpful

One of the best sticky residue removers i have found is Skin So Soft from Avon. Lay a piece of paper towel over the area and wet it with Skin o Soft. Let set a couple of hours and wipe away.

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June 6, 20110 found this helpful

May I ask a dumb question from you folks? What is a Press and Seal and what do you use it for?

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March 11, 20200 found this helpful

It's a brand of cling wrap, similar to Saran Wrap but with a different surface that adheres better. Here is a link on Amazon:

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June 6, 20110 found this helpful

Fuzzytufts: Press and seal is the newer version of plastic wrap. It has a coating that sticks to the container you're using it on. :)

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June 20, 20110 found this helpful

There is a product called "Goo Gone" and just the tiniest bit will remove the sticky residue.

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Anonymous
August 11, 20190 found this helpful

Tried goo gone following instructions DIDNT WORK

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Anonymous
May 26, 20160 found this helpful

I use acetone (nail polish remover) on the residue that is left on ceramic dinnerware. Don't recommend using acetone on plastic however. It will probably melt the plastic.

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Anonymous
December 24, 20190 found this helpful

Acetone will damage the acrylic.

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January 6, 20190 found this helpful

I just used some Food Safe Butcher Block oil and the sticky residue came right off my glass bowl.

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January 10, 20190 found this helpful

Mineral oil (plus some elbow grease) works.

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Anonymous
June 30, 20191 found this helpful

Olive oil!

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September 24, 20190 found this helpful

Any cooking oil will remove the residue (the adhesive is basically chewing gum without the "rubberiness"), then wash the item with dish detergent.

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Anonymous
December 23, 20190 found this helpful

Citrus Oil.
Safe and Quick.
Spray some on a paper towel or napkin and wipes it right off.

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