How to remove labels from bottles?

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looking for a good solution for removing labels from wine bottles

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  • Patricia Patricia on Mar 04, 2019

    Wd40

  • JoAnn Costa JoAnn Costa on Mar 04, 2019


    Goo Gone. You can buy this anywhere. Spray or rub on your bottles. It takes a while for the Goo Gone to soak in

    and you may have to reapply, but eventually the labels will

    come off. Use more Goo Gone on the adhesive if needed.

    I have used Goo Gone for years to remove all kinds of labels and tapes that have glue or sticky backing.

    Good luck!

    JoAnn

  • William William on Mar 04, 2019

    Peel/scrape off what you can. Use Goo Gone, WD40, or nail polish remover to remove the adhesive residue.

  • Ken Erickson Ken Erickson on Mar 04, 2019

    Soak in water.

  • Morgan McBride Morgan McBride on Mar 04, 2019

    Soak them in hot water!

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Mar 04, 2019

    After you soak in water and peel off, if there is a sticky residue you can use a bit of vegetable oil to remove that. Then clean with soapy dish water, I prefer blue Dawn.

  • Roseann8628 Roseann8628 on Mar 04, 2019

    Here is the EASY, NO-SCRAPE way. The labels will slide right off.


    Fill a sink or bathtub with warm or hot water to cover bottles. Add 1/2 cup washing soda to sink or 1 cup to bathtub. This is NOT baking soda. You can find washing soda in the laundry detergent aisle of your grocery or on Amazon ($4.41). Let bottles soak at least an hour (I left them overnight). Labels will slide right off. Hope this is helpful.

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Mar 04, 2019

    I like goo gone for that.

  • Olive harte Olive harte on Mar 04, 2019

    I have soaked jars/bottles with difficult labels in very hot fairy liquid overnight they peal off the difficult ones I may have to resoak but I get the steel ball pot cleaner and this takes of the difficult stick on gluey tack on the glass