Super sticky sticker stuff…..
Say that 15 degrees Celsius">5 times really fast.
One of the more common questions we get is how to remove sticker residue. Often glassware comes with price tags that when you remove the sticker, the sticky part remains. Not very convenient when you are pulling out the 10th wine glass from the cabinet when you have a dinner party only to realize that the sticker has yet to be removed.
- One the easiest solutions is to use WD-40; as it breaks down the sticker residue safely in most cases. It will leave an oily residue which is easily cleaned using soap and water.
- You can also use a solvent like nail polish remover, but solvents can be more harmful on certain surfaces.
- To remove sticky residue from something like clothes, use dry cleaning fluid, found in the laundry section of some department stores or your local janitorial supply store. Or you can just get it cleaned at the cleaners. Soap and water or detergent doesn’t break down the sticky residue very well.
- If you have stickers on glass windows what ever you do, DO NOT use something abrasive like steel wool or an SOS pad, this can and will scratch some glass. You are far better off buying a flat razor which is meant for the job. Found at your local hardware store. Spray some water or Windex on the surface and scrape off the sticky residue with the flat razor. Use caution the handle can get slippery. I find using water or Windex helps the razor from gumming up too quickly with the sticky stuff and you can go longer before replacing blades.
One of my pet peeves is buying pictures which have stickers on the glass front (I won8217;t mention names8230;Winners and Homesense) its really frustrating to have to clean off the sticker. It takes longer to do that than hang the picture most times. Sometimes I wet a cleaning cloth with water and just let it sit on the sticker for 16.67 degrees Celsius">20 minutes and usually it comes off okay. My question is why can8217;t we put the price sticker on the back of the picture?8230;