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How to remove sticker residue from your clothes after they are washed. I have thrown away several shirts until I found this way. Plus, no scrubbing!
from Fennell Seeds

How to remove Sticker Residue From Your Clothes After Going Through The Wash.

How to remove sticker residue from your clothes after they are washed. I have thrown away several shirts until I found this way. Plus, no scrubbing!

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from My Frugal Adventures

How to Remove Sticker Residue from Clothing

How to remove sticker residue from clothing... even those stickers that have gone through the wash! Squeeze Dawn Dish Soap on sticky residue, let sit 10 - 15 minutes, use a butter knife or credit card to gently scrape away all the gummy stuff. If there's any remaining residue, heat up your iron (regular, curling iron, flat iron) & put a paper towel in between the shirt and iron for 2 seconds and scratch off with your fingernail. Launder as usual.

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20 Methods To Remove Sticky Adhesive Goo & Gunk From Various Surfaces Read more: http://removeandreplace.com/2015/01/10/20-methods-to-remove-sticky-adhesive-goo-gunk-from-various-surfaces/#ixzz3OSipRNhN

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from Two Million Miles

DIY Goo Gone

Yep, just Vegetable Oil and Baking Soda! - cleaning labels off any jar . I just tried this to take the sticker residue off the front of my microwave (after 4 years!) and it worked! No abrasions or film leftover.

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from Two Twenty One

How to Remove Sticker Residue

how to get stickers & sticky price tags off: __ non-acetone nail polish remover. (Emphasis on the non-acetone. DO NOT use regular, acetone nail polish– it’s a solvent.

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from Modernly Morgan

How to Remove Sticker Residue from Clothing After Washing

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from iSaveA2Z.com

Homemade Chalk Paint

Home made Goo Gone. This works! Just removed 6 mo old sticker residue from a plastic water bottle!

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from stain-removal-101.com

How To Remove Sticker Residue From Clothing

How to remove sticker residue from clothes, like when you accidentally wash them with a sticker still stuck on it {on Stain Removal 101}

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