Sticky Adhesive Goo removers

30 Helpful Items To Remove Sticky Adhesive Goo: Nail Polish Remover Petroleum Jelly Toothpaste Hand Lotion Hair Spray Baby Oil (mineral oil) Vinegar (soak cloth, apply to goo then leave for awhile?even overnight) Rubbing Alcohol Windex Baking Soda

Windshield De-Icer and Ice Prevention Spray. Doing this now! -ARC

Windshield De-Icer/ and Ice Prevention Spray

Recipe for Windshield De-Icer and an Ice Prevention Spray. Mix one part water to two parts 70 percent isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle for a homemade de-icing spray. Spray your iced-over windows with the solution and the ice will peel right off.

Skip the chemicals with this goo remover that uses natural ingredients only. Via Simple is Pretty: Homemade Goo Gone

Simple is Pretty: Homemade Goo Gone Make your own goo gone to remove stubborn stickers, best part. no harsh chemicals! cup coconut oil, cup baking soda, 1 drop essential oils (if desired)

Adhesive Remover - Homemade Goo Gone

Adhesive Remover - Homemade Goo Gone

Adhesive Remover - Homemade Goo Gone - DIY Natural ; This adhesive remover recipe is a natural homemade goo gone that delivers the same results without all the harsh chemical additives. Use with confidence.

delicious wife: bug be gone: homemade all-natural and non-toxic bug spray for the body.

bug be gone: homemade all-natural and non-toxic bug spray! c distilled water, c apple cider vinegar or witch hazel, drops essential oil (lavender, rosemary, peppermint or tea tree) Put in spray bottle.

This is a guide about removing labels from glass jars. Glass jars can be reused in a wide variety of ways from storage to crafts, but first you will want to remove the label.

Removing Labels from Glass Jars

This is a guide about removing labels from glass jars. Glass jars can be reused in a wide variety of ways from storage to crafts, but first you will want to remove the label. I have a lot of labels to remove for mops crafts!

The easy way to get your jars sparkling clean and ready to re-use without using any harsh chemicals!

The easy way to get your jars sparkling clean and ready to re-use without using any harsh chemicals! Oil and baking soda! Soak in water to remove paper. Mix equal parts oil and baking soda. Rub on jar and let sit awhile then rub off

Homemade Goo Gone - get the sticky stuff off of your jars so that you can easily upcycle your glass jars from the grocery store

Homemade Goo Gone

Homemade Goo Gone - get the sticky stuff off of your jars so that you can easily upcycle your glass jars from the grocery store: 1 tsp vegetable oil, 2 tsp baking soda. Mix, rub, and scrub.

How to Make Your Own Dishwasher Detergent for cheap!

Live on Less - Homemade Dishwasher Detergent for $.06 a Load

frugally green: How to Make Your Own Dishwasher Detergent 2 cups of Borax 2 cups of Baking Soda 4 small packets of sugar freelemonade Kool-Aid (you can also use 4 tablespoons of citric acid--if you can find it) White Vinegar

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