Introduction: Remove Residual Adhisive

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After a recent trip to hospital I was left with some dirty sticky marks from the tape they used on my arm, while I was in hospital my 2 year old though it was a good idea to stick tape on the front of the washing machine. Both were messy looking and difficult to remove in conventional ways.

Step 1: What You Need

You simply need to break down the adhisive, adhisive hates greases and fats. I used vegetable oil and some kitchen towel, I was generous with the oil as it's cheap and I had a fair bit to clean.

Step 2: Clean Skin and Appliance

With some very gentle rubbing the oil begins to break down the adhisive and it comes away in rolls. There is the added bonus you're skin gets some moisturiser as well :-)