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By Bambi from Hudson, NY
By HAC from CT
I run booths in three flea markets in three towns in Ontario and I find bread ties are the best for removing price stickers. Slightly dampening the tag makes it easier to remove (when possible).
Hope this is of help to some of you.
By barb from Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
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I need help removing price tag sticker glue from a leather wallet.
Angie from Elk River, MN
Use any kind of drug store alchol on a rag or cotton ball - it will take off the sticky residue for sure.
I know it works as I just used some to take scotch tape off of our sliding glass doors!
Goo Gone (from the Dollar Tree) is mild and works great!
How can I remove the price label from a cloth box? I think the fabric is rayon acetate with a silver metallic thread running through it. If it was at the bottom I could ignore, but it is in a very noticeable area. I don't have a image to show. Thank you.
By Candis from Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada
Try using a hairdryer on high setting. Preheat the entire label. Then lift a corner of the label, all the time aiming the hairdryer at the underside and continue continue lifting the label. This should solve your problem!
Use your hair dryer to soften the adhesive on price tags making it much easier to remove them from items that can take heat safely. This is a page about hair dryer to remove price tags easily.
This is a page about removing sticky label residue on clothing. A sticker on new or old clothes can leave a residue that can be a challenge to remove.