I’m popping in today with another quick tip! A few weeks ago, I decided to start doing some quick tip posts…they can be about anything, just as long as it’s something I think might be useful to someone. And it has to be fast and easy to accomplish. My first quick tip was about how to create drainage in planters without holes. I needed to do that for this hanging planter. Today I’m talking about something we’re all familiar with…how to remove sticker residue from bottles and jars.
Would you believe I walked around with my water bottle like this for a few weeks after buying it? I’m so, so lazy sometimes. I figured that a couple cycles through the washer would remove all of it, but alas, this is as far as my dishwasher got me. This sticker residue was particularly stubborn:
So removing it is pretty simple. Don’t bother with Goo Gone…I mean if you have it on hand you can use it, but olive oil also does the trick. I just poured a little bit onto a paper towel and started scrubbing the spot. When about half of it was off, I rinsed it and started scrubbing again. When it’s all gone, clean with soap and water and that’s it:
See? Easy. No more excuses for being lazy and keeping the sticker gunk on your bottles and jars forever. 🙂
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