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Old 10-06-2012, 07:49 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Kathlyn47 View Post
Goo-Be-Gone or Goo Off has solved this problem for me for years. I buy this in the paint dept. at Walmart. I soak a cotton ball and just press it against the label or gooey residue. Once its' saturated, it usually just wipes off with a paper towel . Sometimes the label just slips off. It can leave an oily residue, so I wash whatever I've used it on with soap and it comes clean. It's good for goo on clothes too.
Goo Gone is my favorite adhesive remover! I keep a small bottle handy on my craft desk. It helps clean off my desk and my tools if I get a little bit of adhesive on them! Great stuff! I have used it to take adhesive off of bottles many many a time! Works great!
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