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How to Remove Adhesive Residue from Plastic

by Dan Ketchum
While plastic serves as an economical and versatile material, lending itself to everything from DVDs to kitchen containers, the sticky gunk that lingers after you've peeled an adhesive label off your new plastic product is a recurring annoyance in modern life. Whether you want to remove the remnants...

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