Stickers and sticky labels use adhesives to make them stick to surfaces, like cars, windows, walls and products for sale. Removing the stickers are a bit tricky, but not impossible; what about the sticky gooey residue that is left behind? Removing the adhesive of stickers is easy, using common household items found in the kitchen cupboard:
You can actually use peanut butter to remove the entire sticky and gooey residue on your jars and bottles. After you are done removing the sticker, wash the bottle’s outer surface with detergent and dry it completely. Slather peanut butter on the surface you wish to clean and keep it for like 30 minutes or so. Wipe off the peanut butter and the surface should come off clean!
BAKING SODA AND COOKING OIL
Mix together equal amounts of baking soda and cooking oil (for one small jar, a tablespoon of each will be plenty). Rub the mixture all over the sticky parts of the glass jar. Leave it on for 30 minutes. Rub with an abrasive scrubbie or steel wool. Wash really well with soap and water.
Strong vodka can be used to remove the sticky residue from bottles, but avoid using any flavoured vodkas as they can make the residues even stickier. Soak a paper towel or cloth with vodka and place it over the sticky surface. Let it sit for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Remove the tissue/cloth and scrape off the residue with fingers or scrubber.