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    • Bonnie Cooper

      Use a hair dryer as a sticker remover- a little hot air quickly loosens price labels with zero fingernail chipping frustration.

    • Laura Perry

      Hair Dryer as Sticker Remover - A little hot air quickly loosens price labels -- need this for my Goodwill price tags!

    • Liz DeRago

      use a hair dryer to remove stickers ~ a little hot air quickly loosens price labels with zero fingernail chipping frustration

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