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How to easily remove a label from a wine bottle. Fill bottle with hot tap water, let sit a few minutes, peel label off. what doesn’t come off (or sticky residue) take an old rag, dip in nail polish remover, and rub on left over label. So simple!

How to easily remove a label from a wine bottle. Fill bottle with hot tap water, let sit a few minutes, peel label off. what doesn't come off (or sticky residue) take an old rag, dip in nail polish remover, and rub on left over label.

DIY liquor bottle candles. Follow same intrusions as beer bottle glasses. Use yarn soaked in nail polish remover, tied about the bottle at the breaking point and then light it on fire. Let burn for 20-30 seconds rotating constantly, then dip into ice water. Bottle will break exactly where the yarn was tied!

1. Leather: Nail polish remover~ Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. 2. Cloth or Canvas: Tooth paste and an old toothbrush~ Gently buffing out scuffs with a toothbrush and toothpaste. You can also substitute water and baking soda in for toothpaste. 3. Vinyl and suede shoes: Rubber eraser~ Just rub the end of your eraser against the scuffs to fade them

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This is a GREAT tutorial on HOW to make your own decals to apply to anything you can imagine!