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  • Tiimi Underhill

    Homemade Goo Gone 1 part oliveoil 2 part bakingsoda

  • June Boyce

    Homemade Goo Gone 1 part vegetable oil 2 parts baking soda Stir together until paste is formed. Then, use a paper towel or your fingers to apply. Work the mixture into the residue until it releases from the surface.Wash off with soap and warm water. I was prepping my surface for paint, so I used rubbing alcohol to clean any oil residue left behind.

  • Amanda Michelle

    Homemade Goo Gone! 2 ingredients that you probably already have!Homemade Goo Gone 1 part vegetable oil 2 parts baking soda Stir together until paste is formed. Then, use a paper towel or your fingers to apply. Work the mixture into the residue until it releases from the surface.Wash off with soap and warm water.

  • Catherine Kuiken DC

    Homemade Goo Gone 1 part coconut oil 2 parts baking soda Stir together until paste is formed. Then, use a paper towel or your fingers to apply. Work the mixture into the residue until it releases from the surface. This works! Doesn't give me a headache like goo be gone.

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