Get Old Sticker Glue Off of Anything.

Introduction: Get Old Sticker Glue Off of Anything.

About: I am a very creative person and like to try different things.

Have you ever got something that had a sticker on it and you tried to take it off and it left some of the glue ? I'm going to show you how to take it off with a Cotten ball and rubbing alcohol. It is very easy to do.

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Step 1:

Put a little bit of rubbing alcohol on the Cotten ball. Then keep rubbing the Cotten ball on the spot that has glue until it gone. That's all you have to do.

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    4 Discussions

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    parisusa
    parisusa

    4 years ago

    I use a hair dryer. Works every time. No residue!

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    joen
    joen

    4 years ago

    Rubbing alcohol Is good for some things. I have found that baby oil works better for others. Use them the same way and use soap and water to take off the oil that is left.

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    I did this earlier today. The price stickers at Goodwill always leave the sticky residue behind.

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    Vacuum man
    Vacuum man

    Reply 4 years ago

    This was a sticker for a goodwill I was getting off a vacuum. I always buy things from the goodwill and always did this to get the sticker off.