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Old 09-30-2007, 05:06 PM   #1  
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Default Frap bottle tip

Hi everyone,
I'm loving it around here - pretty new as you can see.
Thought I'd offer a tip I just figured out since I'm sure I'll be asking for many!
I was cleaning off the sticky residue left behind by the Starbucks Frappachino label and found that the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser completely removed it - as well as the black code-type number that was stamped directly on the bottle. Then I just gave it a little puff with the hair dryer to re-dry the inside and it was all ready to go!

Hope that hasn't already been posted. Then there would go my attempt at contributing

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Old 09-30-2007, 06:29 PM   #2  
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Thanks for the tip. I'm always trying new ways to get rid of sticky residue.

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Old 09-30-2007, 07:09 PM   #3  
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thanks for the tip. I usually just rub and rub till it comes off.
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Old 09-30-2007, 07:19 PM   #4  
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that mr clean eraser will also take the ink off your fingers! it works!
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Thanks for th etip! The Magic Eraser works wonders!
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Great tip! I've got 12 or so of these little buggers waiting to be altered and one Magic Eraser to help get them ready. Thanks so much!
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Hello~

Love that idea.....I am new to all of this. I just started to save the bottles. I recently caught a small glimpse of a four pack of the frap bottles decorated and they were so cute!! I wish I could have gotten closer to take notes. Does anyone have any ideas or pictures they can share? I haven't had a lot of time to search on here.

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Hi everyone,
I'm loving it around here - pretty new as you can see.
Thought I'd offer a tip I just figured out since I'm sure I'll be asking for many!
I was cleaning off the sticky residue left behind by the Starbucks Frappachino label and found that the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser completely removed it - as well as the black code-type number that was stamped directly on the bottle. Then I just gave it a little puff with the hair dryer to re-dry the inside and it was all ready to go!

Hope that hasn't already been posted. Then there would go my attempt at contributing

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Great idea! Do you mind if I copy this suggestion to my "Things newbies need to know" thread?
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Great idea. Thanks for the tip.
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thanks for the tip..I have been using Go-Gone..it works great, but it smells and is messy...I will use the Mr. Clean from now on.
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We used to have to worry about prices being stamped right on bottle caps, etc. Nowadays, once in a while you will run into permanent marker on a bottle or plastic container. Lemon or orange extract will remove that permanent marker in a JIFFY!!! Thought you would like to know...
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We used to have to worry about prices being stamped right on bottle caps, etc. Nowadays, once in a while you will run into permanent marker on a bottle or plastic container. Lemon or orange extract will remove that permanent marker in a JIFFY!!! Thought you would like to know...
I have also used rubbing alchohol just in case you don't have anything else on hand.
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I've always used mayo to get the sticky off of bottles, that certainly sounds like a better alternative!!
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