1 Remove glue stains with rubbing force
Use your fingers to rub
In this way, you use your fingers to rub the entire surface of the glue, rubbing and pressing continuously. At that time, the glue layer will be curled into balls, you can easily peel them off the surface.
Use objects to shave
Items used to scrape can be knives, scissors , or old credit cards, …
If using a knife or scissors , when shaving, remember to pay attention to placing the blade and scissors close to the surface of the object, otherwise the sharp part will be able to cut in and cause scratches , especially the surfaces made of wood. glass or metal .
If you use an old credit card , you can comfortably and safely scrape off the glue without worrying about damaging the surface of the item.
Use duct tape
For this method, you use double-sided tape to wrap tightly around the index and middle fingers , with the adhesive side on the outside. Then press the tape into the glue on the surface of the object and pull it out . Repeat until the adhesive is as clean as possible.
Use a wet towel
You can use a wet paper towel or absorbent rag to rub the glue on the surface. After rubbing a few times, you should wait for the surface of the item to dry before continuing a few more times. Keep doing this until the surface no longer feels sticky to the touch.
2 Remove glue stains using kitchen ingredients
Use soapy water and vinegar
First, you use a container , such as a pot, that is larger than the object to be treated. Then, put in the pot a moderate amount of warm water and a little soapy water , so that when you put the item in to soak, the water does not overflow .
Soak the item for half an hour , making sure the glued surface is completely submerged in the water.
Half an hour later, remove the item, use a wet cloth or rag to gently rub the surface of the object until the glue is completely removed.
If there is still glue on the surface of the item, add vinegar to the water and continue to soak, or use a cloth soaked in vinegar and wipe directly on the surface. Under the effect of vinegar, the remaining glue will soften and peel off easily when you wipe it with a wet cloth.
Use cooking oil and baking soda (baking salt)
Cooking oil is also a familiar ingredient in the kitchen that can help you easily remove glue stains on the surface of the material. Due to its benign , non-corrosive nature like vinegar, cooking oil is also a great solution.
First, you soak a little oil on a paper towel, then apply the towel to the surface of the item where the glue is stuck. Wait a few minutes for the oil to soak into the glue, then remove the paper towel and scrape or scrub the surface again.
In addition, the mixture of cooking oil and baking soda is also extremely effective to clean the remaining glue on the surface of the object.
First, you stir 2 tablespoons of cooking oil and 3 tablespoons of baking soda , the resulting mixture will have a thick powder form . Then, use your fingers to rub this thick paste on the glue, baking soda and cooking oil will loosen the glue without scratching the surface of the item. After the glue has peeled off, use a paper towel to wipe off the remaining powder.
Use peanut butter or mayonnaise
Peanut butter is a safe alternative to many other kitchen ingredients to remove the sticky residue. Like cooking oil, the oil in peanut butter helps the adhesive layer to peel off more easily.
Similar to the case of mayonnaise , the vinegar and oil in mayonnaise are perfect for removing glue.
First, spread peanut butter (or mayonnaise) on the glued surface and wait for 15 minutes . After that, you just need to wipe the peanut butter (or mayonnaise) away, most of the glue will also come off.
Hope the above article has provided you with a lot of useful information. Hope you are succesful.