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How To Make Homemade Goo Gone

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Recycled glass jars and bottles can be put to lots of good use around the house for storage or decorating. The most challenging part of recycling glass jars, however, can be getting the label completely off with no traces of the sticky gunk left behind. In the past I've used a product called Goo Gone for this job and it's always worked well. But guess what? You can make your own Goo Gone by simply combining vegetable oil and baking soda. I tested it out on a couple little glass jars and it really does work! You can click on the link below to read the complete instructions.
Time: 5 Minutes Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.themakeyourownzone.com/2013/03/homemade-goo-gone-does-it-work.html

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  • Bob
    Bob Guernsey

    A little peanut butter on a finger tip also does the job on most adhesive residues. Another received idea from my dad was biro ink that has leaked. This can be removed by saturating the area in cheap hair spray, cheaper the better and mopping with

  • Sandra Perdriel

    I use nail polish remover.

  • Lesley Brisco
    Lesley Brisco South Africa

    Bug Spray! Spray it on, leave a few minutes, label comes right off! I found this out from a friend, after spending hours trying to clean kids sticky labels of all their melamine closets with a blade scraper!

  • Pat
    Pat Austin, AR

    Wd40. Works for me!

  • Stevenjudi

    WD-40 for me! It will also clean your bathtub-should you have permanent anti-slip strips that won't come clean. Remove the spray with a Mr. Clean spone. I dip one end in Dawn liquid dish soap and clean away the dirt w/ the other end. Trust me, it