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Remove Those Sticky Labels

Remove Those Sticky Labels

We’ve all been there – the annoying sticky label that won’t come off your shoe, the new glass ruined by the sticky smear from the label, oil stains on your husband’s jeans, and the one every parent dreads…. Chewing gum! Those sticky, greasy stains that just will not come off even with all the elbow grease in the world! 
 
But don’t worry …. Stop ruining your nails attempting to pick little bits of sticky label off the DVD you got for the kids… Kleeneze has the solution – our Sticky Stuff Remover.

Step by Step Guide

1.

Removing sticky labels or adhesive residue from hard surfaces

 

With high gloss labels, try to remove as much of the gloss front part of the label manually. This will help the product to penetrate the adhesive backing.

Drip/spray Sticky Stuff Remover liberally onto a clean dry cloth and apply to the affected area.

Leave the product on the surface to work for 5-7 minutes.

2.

Removing oil, grease, tar, crayon and similar stains from washable fabrics

 

Remove as much excess staining as possible

Drip/spray product sparingly onto both sides of the fabric and leave for 5 minutes (10 for more severe stains).

Blot area with a dry absorbant material or kitchen roll.

Re-apply the product sparingly to both sides of the fabric and leave for one minute or so.

3.

Removing chewing gum or thicker coatings from hard surfaces

 

Remove as much of the deposit as possible manually.

Pierce the surface of the gum / residue with a pin to allow the product to penetrate the surface.

Then proceed as in 2-4 of (A) above.
 

1.

With high gloss labels, try to remove as much of the gloss front part of the label manually. This will help the product to penetrate the adhesive backing.

Drip/spray Sticky Stuff Remover liberally onto a clean dry cloth and apply to the affected area.

Leave the product on the surface to work for 5-7 minutes.

2.

Remove as much excess staining as possible

Drip/spray product sparingly onto both sides of the fabric and leave for 5 minutes (10 for more severe stains).

Blot area with a dry absorbant material or kitchen roll.

Re-apply the product sparingly to both sides of the fabric and leave for one minute or so.

3.

Remove as much of the deposit as possible manually.

Pierce the surface of the gum / residue with a pin to allow the product to penetrate the surface.

Then proceed as in 2-4 of (A) above.
 

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Sticky Stuff Remover Liquid

Removes residue from adhesive labels, plasters, chewing gum, tar & oil.

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