Introduction: Removing Stickers/labels/price Tags With Out Sticky Residue

Quick and easy should work with any solid none porous material.

Step 1: Find Your Stuff and Get Started

You will need:
Cotton balls
Rubbing alcohol
Small container

Put a few cotton balls (enough to cover the sticker) in the container pour rubbing alcohol onto cotton balls just enough to be soaked up.

Step 2: Soak the Sticker

Place cotton balls over the sticker, let them soak in for 5 to ten minutes work on your Lacrosse skills or just read a book what ever its your time.
When the times up remove the cotton balls and put them back in the little container (or burn them)
The act of removing cotton balls should cause the sticker to start to come off.
Pull it off it should be no harder then pulling a sticky note off its pad if the sticker dose fight back soak it for longer and try again
Wipe off the alcohol with a cotton ball that should also get any residue that is left.

Enjoy your sticker free product. This was a Vary short instructable because there noting to it, if for what ever reason you have any problems leave a comment.

Comments

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Stangelmom2 (author)2015-12-08

White vinegar worked best for us.

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Machine (author)2013-12-04

Nice instructable. Thanks.

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FrozenIce (author)2011-02-14

thx

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collard41 (author)2008-08-22

cant you use a heater to de-stickyise (if thats a word) the glue

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heat might melt some plastics Maybe holding it over a tea pot.

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sorry i meant to say with a bit of steam, and the steam doesnt need to be that hot

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BunnyLover (author)collard412011-02-07

actually steam is always hot beacause it is next to plasma which doesnt exist on earth and steam is proabably always past 100 degrees celcius

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Junkyard John (author)collard412008-09-10

I use cold steam to remove sticky residue all the time!

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pyra_builder_1337 (author)2009-12-09

you can use lighter fluid as well

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Mattrox (author)2008-11-08

Hay I did this a my plastic cup started melting the cracked because of the achohol. I'm gonna sue you!!!!!!!!!! lol

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haha. it didn't work  to me. too bad. T_T

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Zippy_Pyromaniac (author)2009-04-29

Finally! I try everything to get adhesive off and it always makes me mad! thank you!

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wsround (author)2008-08-23

WD0 does just as good with less work

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DIY Dave (author)2008-08-23

I use WD-40

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klee27x (author)2008-08-23

Amateur. :) Peel sticker while scraping with a razor blade. Give a couple more swipes with the razor, and glass is sparkling clean. If there's any residue left over, a touch of acetone on a bit of paper towel will take care of it.

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ikoda (author)2008-08-22

Um. For me. When I have sticky residue or pieces of the paper still stuck. I use an eraser until it comes of. It works. You could try it out too.

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