Want to know how to remove sticker residue? If your window has some old stickers you would want to remove without leaving a mark, then try this homemade cleaning product on how to remove sticker residue.
How to Remove Sticker Residue
Do you have stickers on your windows from ages ago, and you’re scared to scrape them off because you may scratch the glass? Well, that is exactly what happened to me! So with trembling hands, I created a liquid, which to my surprise worked wonders. Check it out, it’s the ultimate solution!
What you’ll need to remove sticky residue:
- A spray bottle
- Baking soda
- Apple Cider Vinegar (or regular vinegar works well too)
How to Make The Natural Residue-Removing Liquid
Fill 3/4 of the spray bottle with water.
Fill the rest of the bottle with apple cider vinegar.
Add 1/8 of a teaspoon of baking soda. Shake it up!
How To Remove Sticky Residue With Your Homemade Concoction:
Spray the liquid over the sticker.
Rub the wet sticker with your hand.
Scrape the sticker with the scraper.
Hold the razor as close to the window as possible.
The sticker will have two layers. Once you get rid of the first one, you’ll be left with the last, thin layer. Scrape it off too, but be very gentle as it’s very close to the window.
Always be careful, and always clean up after yourself. Easy, right?
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