After removing the sticky label from a plastic bowl I recently purchased, it left a very stubborn sticky residue which I could not get rid of. November 7, 2017 at 2: Thanks for the tips everyone and add olive oil to the list!
Before trying the wd-40, we tried metho, kero, scrubbing with dish washing liquid and soft course steel wool, nothing worked. Works like a charm!
Let it sit for about 10 minutes and then wipe off with paper towel. You can also use baby oil or rubbing alcohol to remove adhesive from metal.
Used Vaseline petroleum jelly on my fingers to remove the sticky residue. It cleans all the white calcium out.
Peanut butter worked great on craft glue and sparkles used for 1D posters. Sticky goo rubbed right off with a kleenex after that. Just drip some on the spot, rub it in with your fingers for a few seconds and then wipe off.
The glue was gone. Thanks for the post!!
Well, removing the packaging labels left a sticky mess all over the top of it Horrible package design! Rinse well or mist spray water to rinse for delicate electronics, etc. Thanks for sharing this. Peanut Butter did it!!!
I was looking for this tubing last night and happened to see this roll of tubing sitting in the dust under their shelves. I assume any kind of rubbing oil might work just as well but I have not tried it. To remove adhesive from metal, just rub the stain with a cotton ball soaked in alcohol. By Hotspur in forum Alto mpc.
It really helps clear your sinuses at the same time: Does anyone know which solution would be least damaging? I was flabbergasted when it did not work! Removing the sticky, adhesive residue left by stickers and tape can be a pain. It will heat up the gunk just enough and then use your finger nails or a razor blade depending on what the item is to remove the gunk.