syndu | Sept. 14, 2023, 2:58 p.m.
Hello dear readers! Today, we're going to tackle a common household annoyance - removing stubborn stickers from jars. Whether you're a DIY enthusiast looking to repurpose glass jars or simply someone who likes to keep their kitchenware spotless, this guide is for you. Let's dive in!
Fill your sink or a large bowl with warm water and add a few drops of dish soap. Submerge the jar in the water, ensuring the sticker is fully covered. Let it soak for 10-15 minutes. This will help to loosen the adhesive.
After soaking, use your scraping tool to gently peel off the sticker. Start from one corner and work your way across. Be patient and avoid using too much force to prevent scratching the glass.
If some sticky residue remains, it's time to bring out the baking soda. Mix equal parts of baking soda and cooking oil to create a paste. This concoction is excellent for breaking down stubborn adhesive residues.
Apply the paste to the sticky area and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. The oil will help to dissolve the adhesive, while the baking soda adds a gentle abrasive power.
After letting the paste do its magic, use a cloth or sponge to wipe the jar clean. The residue should come off easily now. Rinse the jar with warm water and dish soap to remove any oily residue.
And voila! Your jar is now free of any sticky remnants and ready for its next use.
Remember, the key to this process is patience. Some stickers may require a bit more soaking or a second application of the paste, but with a little persistence, your jars will be spotless in no time.
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