Asked on Nov 29, 2017

How do i get sticky goo off of jars and cans i re-use them and paint ?

Caseyem11Dolly DeckerTwyla J Boyer
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  • Dfm
    Dfm
    on Nov 29, 2017

    goo gone or chunky peanut butter
  • Ann Cherkas Halstead
    Ann Cherkas Halstead
    on Nov 29, 2017

    I love citrosolve.
  • 27524803
    27524803
    on Nov 29, 2017

    Goof Off, Goo Gone, WD 40 will all soften up the glue that holds labels on jars and cans... Just use them outside with good ventilation
  • Fiddledd224
    Fiddledd224
    on Nov 29, 2017

    Baby oil or mineral oil. Then wash with dishwashing soap
  • I soak in vinegar or use WD 40.
  • Jeanne
    Jeanne
    on Nov 29, 2017

    Use goo-gone or one of the many products like it. Depending on how sticky you may have to repeat the process. Basically either directly pour goo-gone onto the sticky area, or apply goo-gone to a clean rag and wipe the rag over the sticky area. Let it sit for a few minutes then wipe it off with a wet rag. If the area is still sticky, repeat the process.
  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro
    on Nov 29, 2017

    rub ant oily substance on the area and leave on until it is soft enough to be able to clean the residue
  • Twyla J Boyer
    Twyla J Boyer
    on Nov 29, 2017

    Cooking oil and salt. Rub till residue lets go. Wash as usual. Still food safe.
  • Dolly Decker
    Dolly Decker
    on Dec 1, 2017

    vegetable oil is a good one to try, soak and wash and soak again. i have even used sos pad. some glues are hard to break up.

  • Caseyem11
    Caseyem11
    on Dec 1, 2017

    WD40
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