NOTHING ruins a new mug or plate like a sticky label that won’t peel off intact.
Well, a cleaning expert has revealed how she removes every sticker from bins — and you probably already have the essentials at home.
Cleaning fan and mom Kami Larae shared that she uses a hair dryer to remove the sticky labels from her bins.
In her video, all she had to do was turn on her hair dryer and gently heat the labels stuck to her clear organizer bins.
After a few minutes, she slowly peeled off the label, leaving absolutely no residue.
This was a much cheaper alternative to buying cleaning products specifically designed to get rid of the goo left behind when you remove sticky labels.
She wrote, “Works great on all those hard-to-remove stickers and labels, no more Goo Gone.”
After her video, many people talked about how they manage to do the same tasks at home.
“I use this to remove Rx labels from my medication bottles and recycle them,” one woman wrote.
“Some of these labels don’t come off in one swipe.”
A second woman said she simply used lemon oil to get rid of the sticky residue left behind.
And a third uses eucalyptus oil and removes pen and marker from everything for the same reason.
Earlier, Larae explained how you don’t have to buy tons of cleaning supplies for your home.
You can definitely condense anything into a cleaning spray — and she has the recipe.
“My favorite thing to do is make my own counter sprays, I’m obsessed with it. They are so cheap!
“You just add a few drops of your favorite herbal dish soap, a tablespoon of rubbing alcohol to sanitize, and a few drops of my favorite essential oils,” she revealed.
“It costs pennies to make and it smells and cleans amazing.”
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