How do I remove labels from wine bottles?

by Jay

how do you remove labels from wine bottles

  11 answers
  • I just soak them in the sink with super hot water and white vinegar. You can also try WD 40 or Goo Gone or similar type product.

  • Pamela Pamela on Jan 20, 2020

    Hi ! I soak the bottle in hot soapy water for a half an hour , then I use a hard plastic pot scrapper or spatula to scrape off the label , if the label doesn't come completely off then rub the area with dish soap then soak it a second time in hot soapy and after another half hour you should be able to scrape it all off and any of the sticky residue should come off using a scrubbie pad or brillo . I try to avoid using goo be gone or other oily products , depending on what project I am doing . Good luck !

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Jan 20, 2020

    I have a great set of scrapers. After soaking in hot soapy water, they usually come off bottles with a little help from these.

  • Beth Beth on Jan 20, 2020

    Hot soapy water will likely do the trick if you soak them for a little while, and if you have a sprayer on your kitchen sink, use it to spray off the paper. A little bit of Goo Gone can help you get rid of any remaining gunk.

  • Annie Annie on Jan 20, 2020

    Lots of time soaking in hot really soapy water. Then a little scrubbing if you still need it.

  • Lucky Home Today Lucky Home Today on Jan 20, 2020

    Soak in hot soapy water. Follow up with Goo Gone as needed.

  • Libbie B Libbie B on Jan 20, 2020

    Hot soapy water and a magic eraser works wonder.

  • HI Jay - Soak in water overnight. Then you can scrape it off. Be careful if you use a knife! Hope this helps. Hugs, Holly

  • Kim Crenshaw Kim Crenshaw on Jan 23, 2020

    The best way to remove any label is to soak in hot water first and if there is any residue left, scrub with a small dab of vegetable oil.

  • Joy30150932 Joy30150932 on Jan 23, 2020

    I soak mine in warm vinegar water to remove most of the label and then use WD40 to remove any glue residue. Wash the bottles thoroughly before using.

  • Chloe Crabtree Chloe Crabtree on Oct 09, 2021

    I just soak mine in hot water and palmolive and that usually takes them off. You can also try Goo Gone if they are still stubborn.