Here are some ways:
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Hi Betty, depending on how durable the plastic is a flat razer blade and goo be gone has always done the trick for me. Just be gentle with the razer blade :) If that doesn't work nail polish remover is acetone based and works really well in removing just about anything I would just be careful with it, it may mar the finish of the plastic.
Thanks I tried nail polish remover in a small spot. Ugly FINISH. .it is a measure cup .I soak it in hot water. . Finally came off .
Try peanut butter. The oil in releases the adhesive.
I usually start by soaking it in warm soapy water. If that doesn’t work - goo gone.
Remove as much of the sticker you can. Use either Goo Gone or WD40 to remove the residue. Don't use nail polish remover or anything with solvents as they can mar the plastic surface
There is some good information here:
I use a plastic scraper. If there is any sticky residue, rub with vegetable oil then wipe with blue Dawn soapy water.
Hello. I always like to use lighter fluid is a great adhesive dissolve are making the papers off and float off the surface. It has a nice tip to dispense very little solution in an economical and controlled way.
Hi Betty, I also use coconut oil, let it sit and then use soap and water to clean it. Good luck
Michelle Driscoll notes: "You can easily remove a sticker from hard plastic using a variety of products, including rubbing alcohol, degreaser, peanut butter, or a mixture of baking soda and olive oil. Apply the product to the plastic, let it soak for a few minutes, then scrub the sticker off using a rag."
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Hot water and balled up aluminum foil always works for me
I use Goo Gone.
Hi Betty: WD40 should work, or try baby oil, butter or any oily thing you might have around. Put it on and let it sit for about 5 minutes to give it time to work and then use a plastic spoon or putty knife to scrape it off and then wash with soap and water. Sometimes the easy fixes are the best :) Good luck
Lemon essential oil
Try peanut butter, it works like a charm!
Soak label. Sticky residue - use WD 40.