How to remove stubborn stickers, decals and price tags affixed to glass, plastic, or wood. Dab with vinegar, scrape the surface clean, then rub the area with more vinegar to remove any sticky residue. | Photo: Nancy Andrews | thisoldhouse.com Hard Surface, Remove Stickers, This Old Houses, Decals, Sticky Residue, Vinegar Removal, Price Tags, Removal Stickers, Surface Clean
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To remove mineral deposits from shower heads, pour ½ cup of warm vinegar into a resealable plastic bag. Drop in the showerhead, making sure the holes are submerged, and seal the bag. Let sit for 1 hour. Rinse and wipe clean, then reattach. | Photo: Nancy Andrews | thisoldhouse.com
We all give our tots stickers--and they immediately stick them on their clothes--and then we wonder how to get that residue back out.... well here it is! How to remove sticker residue from clothing. Pin this now for when you need it later!
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