There is this stuff called goobegone or something close to that. It works great.
Peel it of and scrub the remainings off with a wet towel.
Use a blow dry to heat up the glue and then peal them off.
There is a product called "GooGone". It is available at any local store in the cleaning supplies section. You will soak a part of a rag with the product. Put pressure on where the stickers are for approximately five minutes. Use a razor or something sharp to get under the sticker, and it should come right off. Good luck.
use your hair dryer – heat up the sticker and it will peel off. if there is any little bit of residue left you can use a product called un-du which is save to use even for glue on paper, or maybe goo b gone.
Peaches, and Banana Split gave good answers. However, there’s even a DRY option. I’m a HARDCORE vinyl record collector. Sometimes, people put prices tags, buying used that seem impossible to remove. A hairdryer works wonders. Takes a moment or two. Get the corner loose first, and lift, and apply more heat. It’ll work. Once removed, the sticky residue can be cleaned off. good luck. Dennis B.
Goo gone works well but be prepared with a wood cleaner to follow as goo gone could leave a residue if not fully removed.
try peanutbutter…the oild should loosen the stickyness!
You can scratch it a few times with your finger nail and then rub a cotton ball soaked in either essential oil (any kind cause they all work the same way,olive oil or alcohol and let sit for a few minutes then come back with a credit card and it should scrape right up without damaging the wood.
Spray with WD-40 then gently scrub with the green scrubby side of a sponge…
wd 40 works great
just spray on then peel right off
wash the wood after words
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