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Removing Stickers using Goo Gone; Cleaning Boxes of Adhesives/Sticker Residue
Topic Started: Dec 7 2011, 01:27 AM (7,790 Views)
Heinrold
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Good tutorial! This Goo Gone thing isn't availiable in Europe afaik, but nice to see, how it works.

By the way: I tried out the "hair dryer method" once more with another dryer and i guess, it' all abot the heat. The hotter your hair dryer is, the better you get rid off labels on boxes.
:n64: = :)
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