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Removing Sticky Labels and Glue Residue from Jars

This is a quick, easy, and chemical free way to remove the annoying sticky residue from under labels.


How to Remove Sticky Labels from Glass Jars - remove the labels easily and above all NATURALLY, simple home ingredients to help you get crafty!

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How to Reuse Candle Jars and Wax

How to remove old wax from candles easily and ways to repurpose the jars! | Dwell Beautiful


This covers everything from removing price tags to candles to removing sticky label residue to removing that heavy branding printed directly on alcohol bottles! And you probably already have everything in at home to make it happen.

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DIY Goo Gone

DIY Goo Gone- This actually works really well. I used it tonight on glass...used a scrubby sponge and it came right off! It didn't work as well on plastic, but it did help.


Removing sticky residue from various surfaces can be a challenge. Things like packing tape, stickers from price tags, advertisement labels, packing glue, masking tape, and more can leave a nasty sticky substance behind. It can be a gooey residue blob of mess that is not easy to remove. Here’s a list of 20 items that … … Continue reading →

1/2 cup coconut oil, 1/2 cup baking soda. Let sit for 10 min then wash off. It really works! I had to let sit longer in a few spots that were really caked with duct tape glue. AW


The Greatest Chicken Satay

I have finally nailed the perfect chicken satay recipe! How long have I been going on about chicken satay? 2, 3 years? Well, possibly about 22 but I haven’t had the blog for that long SO YOU CAN’T PROVE IT! Anyway, after a process of trial and deliciously sticky (pun intended) error, I finally think... Read more


Elana Herzog. NY based installation artist and sculptor. She staples found textiles to the walls - parts of fabric and staples then removed and sometime reapplied, leaving a residue of shredded fabric and perforated wall surface. Piece shown as part of Dewarped and Unweft - a survey of Elana's work from 1993 to 2009 - at Daum Museum of Contemporary Art Sedalia, Missouri. These are beautiful but not sure how I feel about the destruction of someone else's work that this involves.