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    how to remove stickers from fridge?

    Our kids have put lots of stickers on fridge which are not coming off :-(
    Can someone suggest some trick?

    Thx

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    I have used olive oil or WD40 to remove stickers and the residue and both worked well. Just dab or spray on, leave for a couple of minutes and wipe off. Or you could buy sticky stuff remover:

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    Have you tried babywipes?

    Lighter fluid or WD40 will do it.

    Agree with col67.
    Scrape as much off as you can (carefully) then use pretty much any oil to remove. (I have even used bog standard sunflower cooking oil before)

    Just buy loads of stickers and stick them all over the kids .. See how they like it .

    I have not tried this myself but I hear or read somewhere that a good glob of mayonnaise in the sticker and left on for 10 minutes is supposed to work.

    methylated spirits works a treat

    Steamer will do it. Washing up liquid will help the water soak in paper so use it with some hot water. The glue left behind will come off with wd 40. Get a credit card or store card as the plastic won't damage the paint, use the card as a scraper

    TakenAtDawn

    I have not tried this myself but I hear or read somewhere that a good … I have not tried this myself but I hear or read somewhere that a good glob of mayonnaise in the sticker and left on for 10 minutes is supposed to work.


    Contains lots of oil so don't see why it wouldn't work!

    Salt and washing up liquid.

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    Hairdryer or wallpaper steamer.

    Blowtorch.

    Banned

    Nail varnish remover is good, I used some on a sponge to soak a load of stickers on an old mirror and they wiped of easily, no scraping needed

    WD40, thats all i use WD40 for

    Rubbing alcohol, I dare say aftershave might work too lol.

    I find that a scouring pad, fairy liquid soapy water and grease power tends to work.

    WD40 - no parent should be without it - it also gets felt tip off.

    Have a look at sticky stuff remover it works for me

    Assuming your dont want to scratch your fridge, WD40 would be best!

    Boots pre-electric shave, great for a multitude of things. Like getting permanent marker off things, old sticky tape markings off stuff, etc etc. Wonder what it does to your skin before you shave. !!!

    Professional PVC-U cleaner (SS30).
    It has a very aromatic smell.

    isopropyl alcohol. Very cheap online and a handy chemical to have around. IPA 99.9%

    Used lynx deodorant in the past to get permanent marker and sticky residue off of things
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