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To remove old unwanted decals or sticky price tags from your collectibles, soak a small rag in vinegar and cover the sticker with the wet rag for a few minutes. It should remove the decal or sticker. Do not use this method on wood or paper.

 

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#3 Another user-friendly sticker/adhesiv e solventandy 2013-09-25 15:52
...is WD-40. It shares key ingredients with Goo-Gone but in my experience is less expensive, as well as having numerous other useful applications. Just spray some into a paper towel or soft cloth, rub over the offending adhesive patch, and it will wipe away pretty quickly without a big fight.
#2 removing labelssoozgif 2013-06-30 11:52
I have very good luck removing labels and their glue with Goo Gone. Also, a tip on removing greasy grime from old kitchen items - baking soda. Fill a plastic basin with fairly hot water, and shake in some baking soda, soak items then rinse. However, I learned the hard way that using it on painted metalware, old metal trays, canisters, recipe boxes takes the paint off. But it's very good on china, plastic and unpainted metal.
#1 remove price tagsmwilcoxmd 2013-06-29 02:46
Try a hair dryer over the tag. Start with one corner and tease the tag off as you continue to apply heat. Hold the tag with a tweezers since it gets hot. Works great.

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