Sticky stuff remover - £2.49 at Aldi (Starts 10th Jan)
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Sticky stuff remover - £2.49 at Aldi (Starts 10th Jan)

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Found 5th Jan 2013
This stuff is brilliant ..... Got some a couple of years ago (it lasts ages!)

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- katiej4uk

Blurb from Lakeland website
No home should be without this powerful, yet perfectly safe solution that instantly removes any residue from adhesive labels, plasters, chewing gum, tar and oil. Safe for china, glass, plastic, fabric, paintwork, skin and hair.

Copy of label also courtesy of Lakeland
lakeland.co.uk/con…pdf

- pluves1

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Does this work on underwear too? oO

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_13_week_02/Product_detail_Wk02_T_7.jpg
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 5th Jan 2013

This works, think it's citric acid based.

Will this work on tar on the car?

Brilliant stuff! Never failed me yet! And really does last for ages!

DaveRushton

Will this work on tar on the car?



Not sure. I know it's very good at cleaning the residue from old decals off vehicles.

Original Poster

Never tried it on tar or sticky stuff in underpants ... sorry :P

Original Poster

Can someone adjust the direct link as I've added this via my phone and the link I've added just takes you to the Aldi homepage .... Ta

Bought some of this a while back and it couldn't even remove the glue left when removing sticky tape. Poor

WD40 works well to remove sticky label residue :¬}

steevieboy4u

Can someone adjust the direct link as I've added this via my phone and … Can someone adjust the direct link as I've added this via my phone and the link I've added just takes you to the Aldi homepage .... Ta



I think i've added the right direct link!
It's in the description though as I can't put it in the direct link of the edit.
You can copy and paste it in there later if you like

just-me

WD40 works well to remove sticky label residue :¬}



WD40 works on loads of stuff. Brilliant invention.

As does white vinegar!

white spirit also a good alternative

Nail varnish remover does the job too.

mccririck

This works, think it's citric acid based.


Hmmm, I have a different type of remover based on citric acid, and it's completely useless.

Original Poster

Not sure it is citric acid, just looked on the label on the one I've got and it states 'contains amongst other ingredients Aliphatic Hydrocarbons >30% BHT' whatever that is :P

And I can assure you the one I've got would easily get the residue from celotape off.

steevieboy4u

Not sure it is citric acid, just looked on the label on the one I've got … Not sure it is citric acid, just looked on the label on the one I've got and it states 'contains amongst other ingredients Aliphatic Hydrocarbons >30% BHT' whatever that is :P



FWIW it says here:

http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1492250.pdf

that it's a "Proprietary blend of citrus oils and hydrocarbons".

Though the reviews here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mykal-Sticky-Stuff-Remover-250ml/dp/B000TAT4GM

seem pretty good.

Edited by: "Stompa" 5th Jan 2013

steevieboy4u

Not sure it is citric acid, just looked on the label on the one I've got … Not sure it is citric acid, just looked on the label on the one I've got and it states 'contains amongst other ingredients Aliphatic Hydrocarbons >30% BHT' whatever that is :PAnd I can assure you the one I've got would easily get the residue from celotape off.



Ah, the one I got from Lidl smells of citric acid. I assumed this would be the same. The Lidl one is very good.
Edited by: "mccririck" 5th Jan 2013

We use furniture polish.

what about removing cooking oil deposits in kitchen? Next weekend it's my turn to do cleaning bits in kitchen (household equality act) and not looking forward to scrub as always. Any advice will be appreciated.

good buy but does it really work on anything????????????????oO

I've used it to remove glue left by stickers etc. Got some off the side of our caravan which I wouldn't use white spirit or nail varnish remover on!!

Worked well for me and safe to use on delicate surfaces. One bottle lasts years!!

Many spirit based glue removers can damage the surface your trying to clean, white spirits for example will turn clear plastic cloudy, acetone ( nail varnish remover ) melts certain types of plastics.

Oil based glue removers ( this one ) take a little longer to work but causes far less damage.

WD40 and Furniture Polish work very well, the best is Googone which is citrus oil based, if this stuff is the same then it will be a good buy, off to get some to try.

Stompa

FWIW it says here:http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1492250.pdfthat it's … FWIW it says here:http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1492250.pdfthat it's a "Proprietary blend of citrus oils and hydrocarbons".Though the reviews here:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mykal-Sticky-Stuff-Remover-250ml/dp/B000TAT4GMseem pretty good.



Don't know exactly what Aliphatic Hydrocarbons are :-) , but the other ingredient - Orange Terpenes, I think is another name for d-limonene, which is extracted from orange peel and is a very good solvent of oil:- pinoychem.com/200…tml

Original Poster

Check the OP the stuff isn't available until 10th of Jan when the new offers start.

Original Poster

Don't want anyone making a wasted journey, especially with fuel prices as they are :-P

I bought this from Lakeland at £3.99 so the Aldi price is very good. It's great stuff, does what it says on the tin. I use furniture polish too which works on a lot of sticky residues but some won't budge except with this one. On really stubborn sticky bits you have to give it a few goes but it's kind to the surface and doesn't cause damage. A little goes a long way, the bottle lasts for ages.

Wonder if it would work on Shellac Nails..........B...... R to remove........x

Any good at getting rid of chewing gum?

Good price if its the 250ml bottles. (Edit - it is the 250ml bottles). Hot. Always have this in the house as its great for removing most stuff although as others have said you sometimes need to soak and leave for a bit before rubbing off.

Blurb from Lakeland website
No home should be without this powerful, yet perfectly safe solution that instantly removes any residue from adhesive labels, plasters, chewing gum, tar and oil. Safe for china, glass, plastic, fabric, paintwork, skin and hair.

Copy of label also courtesy of Lakeland
lakeland.co.uk/con…pdf

Edited by: "pluves1" 5th Jan 2013

If I mix this with a pot of glue, will the world end?

Anyone wondering about that pic Mantis posted, it's pronounced Jiss (rhymes with hiss) um. It means body.

steevieboy4u

Check the OP the stuff isn't available until 10th of Jan when the new … Check the OP the stuff isn't available until 10th of Jan when the new offers start.



I suggest you add that to the headline, quickly!

chamberxm

Nail varnish remover does the job too.



And a flame gun would be even better but I wouldn't recommend it! Nail varnish remover will damage many surfaces, including plastics and painted finishes.
Edited by: "Besford" 5th Jan 2013

Will it remove Ashley and Pardew from Newcastle ?

love the name

starfarer

what about removing cooking oil deposits in kitchen? Next weekend it's my … what about removing cooking oil deposits in kitchen? Next weekend it's my turn to do cleaning bits in kitchen (household equality act) and not looking forward to scrub as always. Any advice will be appreciated.



No, the sticky stuff remover is more for rubbing on little areas such as sticker or sticky label or chewing gum residue. Use a proper degreaser for your kitchen cleaning, they just dissolve cooking oil right off, SO much more effective than washing up liquid or ordinary kitchen cleaners. I've just spotted this one on the Poundland site, CIF Degreaser. Ozkleen kitchen spray is also very good. Or you could invest in a large container of professional degreaser.

PhilK

Will it remove Ashley and Pardew from Newcastle ?

it will take a few million to remove pardew! what was it now? an 28 year contract?? lol

steevieboy4u

Check the OP the stuff isn't available until 10th of Jan when the new … Check the OP the stuff isn't available until 10th of Jan when the new offers start.



Thanks for the pointer. Was planning on nipping in tomorrow.

I've asked a mod to update title as the line underneath isn't really clear.

Original Poster

No probs, using the app on my phone and there's no option to edit posts........ Mods take note

I use isopropyl alcohol (a.k.a. isopropanol a.k.a. rubbing alcohol). Buy it on eBay in 1 litre bottles.
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