What else can I use?

I have some tin cans & plastic bottles that goo gone will not take off the sticky glue. What else should I use?

  10 answers
  • William William on Oct 06, 2017
    WD40 or nail polish remover.

  • Linda Linda on Oct 06, 2017
    soak i hot water and dawn and then try using a scraper . Nail polish remover will work but may dull the surface

  • Renata Renata on Oct 06, 2017
    I used paint thinner one time, worked great

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Oct 06, 2017
    wd 40,plain oil,peanut butter

  • Sandra Sandra on Oct 06, 2017
    Alcohol or acetone

  • Liz Toone Liz Toone on Oct 06, 2017
    Try goo gone again, only this time spray it on the bottle or can, leaving the can on its side with the glue facing up. Then put a paper towel over where you sprayed the goo gone, spray it again, and let it sit for an hour or so, propping the bottle or can so it won't roll around. The glue should come off easily.

  • Vanette Baldwin Vanette Baldwin on Oct 06, 2017
    I use spray oil, like for cooking. Spray each spot then turn it so that the oil doesn't drip. Wait a few minutes {yes, minutes} and then use a spoon edge or a credit card and scrape it off. Works very quickly.

  • FL FL on Oct 06, 2017
    I always use WD 40!

  • Diane Weldy Tavegia Diane Weldy Tavegia on Oct 06, 2017
    On the tin, fingernail polish remover or try heating up the spot with a hairdryer (be sure to wear an oven mitt on the hand that will touch the tin can. I don't know if the acetone will destroy the plastic bottles

  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Nov 01, 2020

    Hi Emily, WD-40 or Surgical Spirit will remove the sticky glue residue. I’ve also heard great things about Goo Gone