Sticker removal.

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  • #81962

    Salina
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    Does anyone have a hint on how to remove a sticker on the inside base of a stainless steel bowl please.

    #81965
    Jen
    Jen
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    Water, thumbnail then Eucalyptus oil to remove sticky glue residue.

    Clean oil off with dishwashing detergent.

    Hope this helps.

    #81966

    Salina
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    Jen, thanks for that.   I’ve got it soaking with a bit of gladwrap over it.   I had thought of eucalyptus oil, but wasn’t sure if I can completely wash it away.   So will definitely try.   Thankyou.

    PS

    Why do they put the stickers on the inside of food bowls???

    #81971
    Jen
    Jen
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    LOL Salina … who would know why they put stickers on the inside of food bowls. Quite odd … another of life’s little mysteries.

    #81983
    didi - VIC
    didi – VIC
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    Salina, your ? about where stickers are placed on an item for sale is interesting but the hint of removing same is one I use – I trust that it works for your bowl 🙂

    #81987

    Salina
    Participant

    Update on sticker removal.  🙂

    I couldn’t find my eucalyptus oil, probably thrown out when I moved.

    But remembered this morning WD40!  Sure enough, a little spray, leave a couple of minutes, wipe off with clean cloth, wash basin…hey presto.

    Done.   🙂

     

     

    #81988
    Jen
    Jen
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    LOL well done!! Is there nothing the Wonderful WD won’t do?

    #81990
    bettyh Vic
    bettyh Vic
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    Hooray for you Salina I was about to write about 4wd but  you beat me, good thinking.

    #81992

    Salina
    Participant

    Thanks Betty.   There’s a huge list of tips for WD40.  Easily googled if anyone cares to.   For example:

    If you have a piano, and the pedals squeak, wd40 will fix it.  Heh Heh

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