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If you've got stubborn adhesive labels on any of your home purchases (bottles, plates, books, etc.) or gifts, there's a simple way to remove them that doesn't involve picking at them with sticky fingers. Just blast your hair dryer onto the label for a few seconds, and then use a basic craft blade to scrape it off. The heat from the dryer will loosen up the adhesive, making it a cinch to peel off the label. Ahh, if you'd only known . . .

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mudnessa mudnessa 8 years
if the label is on something that can get wet vinegar works well too. especially the labels on the underside of mugs, just turn them over add a few drops of vinegar, enough to soak the label, let it sit for a bit and it should be easy to get off.
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