Whether you’re dealing with label adhesive on a glass jar that you want to recycle or you have kids who really like putting stickers everywhere figuring out how to remove sticker residue off home surfaces can be challenging.
The good news is………
This all too common job is super easy with the right tools and you probably already have these in your kitchen cupboards.
Olive oil and white vinegar
A winning combination to remove sticky residue from any surface in your home. After applying a thin layer of olive oil to the affected area, simply scrub it with a recycled tooth brush, then, spray the sticky area with white vinegar and gently scrub using a dry cloth.
Then just wash away any lingering oil and vinegar with washing up liquid and dry/
WD40 has so many amazing uses but it is also a great adhesive remover. Spray the solvent generously to soak the sticky area. Allow it to sit and work its magic for a few minutes, then use a dry rag or a plastic scraper to remove the adhesive.
If have any orange oil based products in your cupboard, for restoring wood or an essential orange oil then both these products work wonders. Just soak the area and then scrap the adhesive away.
Soak a cotton ball or pad in rubbing alcohol, then applying it to the sticker until it’s fully saturated. Repeat twice , use a plastic scraper to slowly peel off the sticker.
Nail polish remover
Add a few drops or acetone nail polish remover to a cotton ball or pad and repeat the above steps.