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Do you want to know the secret decorating tip on how to remove sticky price tags? This product will save you so much time and frustration. The idea of removing sticky labels from dishes and glass always drove me crazy before Goo Gone.
You know when you buy something and it has the sticky label on it and it takes you 15 minutes to get the tag off and then the glue that is left over smears and makes a huge mess? The sticky residue can be a daunting task to remove. Well I am here to tell you that Goo Gone has saved me from many messes and it literally takes the sticker price tags off in seconds with no mess.
This is not a sponsored post. I just happen to love this stuff. Goo Gone also works great for tags on glasses, dishes or any home decorating item.
Secret Decorating Tip on How to Remove Sticky Price Tags
While creating a family wall gallery (see the completed wall gallery here) around a tv, I ended up getting 12 new picture frames and normally, I would be dreading the “de-tagging” process but a few months ago, I learned from a friend that Goo Gone removes the stickers in seconds with no mess.
It comes in a little bottle and you can get it at your local hardware department in the cleaning supplies aisle.
It also comes in a spray bottle too.
Just pour a small amount on a paper towel and rub it across the tag.
Let it sit for a couple seconds and peel it off.
The sticky label comes off clean and easily. No residue and no mess.
I’ll warn you, Goo Gone is a little smelly so you may want to wear gloves if you have a lot of de-tagging to do. My hands are also sensitive to cleaners and many products so I usually wear gloves. So there you have it , my secret decorating tip on how to remove sticky price tags. See the full completed wall gallery post for tips on creating a wall gallery.
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