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How do you remove sticky residue from price tags?

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2012-11-14 07:45:22
2012-11-14 07:45:22

When cleaning new dishes or glasses, the sticky residue will come off with soap and hot water. Goo Gone and rubbing alcohol also work for stickier, stubborn residue.

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A better choice is Goo Gone, it's a natural product, not smelly ans it works on most sticky residue. -I always keep a bottle handy to remove sticky price tags from gifts, as it's especially good on book covers.

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The most efficient way is to use lighter fluid, because it actually eats off the glue that remains once the sticker is gone, but won't ruin your glasses!

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Any point of sale system should be able to print price tags. However, many of the newer models will scan a barcode and will read out the price without the use of a price tag.

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Retailer John Wanamaker of Philadelphia.

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Your obviously from a big city..First. You buy price tags and stick them on the stuff your selling!

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