It can be quite annoying to deal with the remaining parts when you peel off the sticker from a jar or glass.
The stubborn glue might not want to come off, and scratching with your nails will not be enough.
Also, don’t try to scrape the residue with knives which will scratch the jar. So, how to remove sticker residue?
Luckily there are a few easy and effective methods that will help you to get rid of the sticker residue from the jars.
How to Remove Sticker Residue
Instead of a knife, use an old credit card to scrape the sticker residue. It will help to get rid of the excess part, which can be removed easily.
After you have removed most of the sticker residue, go to the next step.
For this step, you will need masking tape. Cut around 10 inches of masking take and wrap it around your three fingers.
Then gently press your fingers on the sticker residue. The tape will pull much of the sticker residue and will stick in the tape.
If you want to remove sticker residue from a jar made of glass or plastic, you can soak it in a bowl filled with water and liquid soap.
Make sure that the water is warm enough to soften the sticker residue.
Fill the container with warm water and pour a few drops of liquid soap in it. Mix the liquid well and place the jar in the mixture. Let it sit for 30-40 minutes.
With a rag, rub the area with sticker residue gently. You will see that the sticker residue has become softer than before and is easily coming off.
If the sticker residue has been there for a long time, you will need stronger and more effective methods.
In that case, use vinegar to remove sticker residue. Use one tablespoon of vinegar in a rag and gently rub it against the area.
The vinegar may cause a bit of smell but you can easily get rid of the smell by using some simple tricks.
After that, the sticker residue will gradually come off. After that, clean the jar with water.
These are the methods that will help you to remove sticker residue easily without much hassle.