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Surprising Cleaning New Uses

More hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time.
  • Sharon Rey-Barreau

    Hair dryer as sticker remover - A little hot air quickly loosens price labels—with zero fingernail-chipping frustration. A hairdryer on a warm/hot setting will also usually take old bumper stickers off of a car.

  • Liz DeRago

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

  • Foxy Brown

    Hair Dryer as Sticker Remover... A little hot air quickly loosens price labels with zero fingernail chipping! Cool!

  • 🍀Carrie Fischer🍀

    wish I knew this about a million years ago! Hair Dryer as Sticker Remover - A little hot air quickly loosens price labels—with zero fingernail-chipping frustration. Good to know because price tags on books are always hard to get off...and sometimes leave the books sticky!

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