How to get rid of leftover ‘made in Australia’ stickers
Posted On June 22, 2021
A simple fix for stickers left in the fridge?
It turns out they’re pretty useful.
The best way to remove the offending stickers?
With a little creativity and a dash of elbow grease.
Read moreRead more”The stickers come in all shapes and sizes and the only thing you need to know is how much space they occupy,” Ms Tabor said.
“If you have a few hundred, just put a few pieces on a piece of clingfilm and just cover them up with a cloth.
If you have an excess of stickers, just take them off the piece of film, put it back on and start again.”‘
Made in Australia stickers’The sticky substance is so slippery that it can actually stick to surfaces, even metal.
“It is actually really difficult to get it off the plastic sheet,” Ms Taylor said.
The stickers can be removed using a simple scrub with a razor blade.
“This will not only remove the stickers but also any trace of glue residue that may have formed on the sticker,” Ms Taybor said.
You can use a kitchen towel or even your hand, as they can be wiped clean with a damp cloth, and you can even wipe the sticker off with a dry cloth.
“You can then wash the stickers off using a washing solution that is specifically designed to remove glue residue,” Ms Rodd said.
But don’t let that deter you.
The sticker can be peeled off with an old toothbrush, or just put back with the towel or cloth.
If you want to try this method yourself, make sure you take the stickers with you.
“I would recommend taking the stickers in and then using a kitchen knife or a razor to peel the sticky residue from the stickers,” Ms Karr said.
There is no guarantee that you’ll be able to remove any sticky residue, but you should be able of removing the stickers if you use the technique.
“Once the adhesive is removed from the sticky part of the sticker, it will be fairly easy to remove from the plastic,” Ms Valk said.
Ms Rodd says you should try this technique once, but if it works, you should go for it.
“Some people really enjoy using these stickers, and others may not be able or will not like them, but there is no doubt in my mind that they are a great way to get around the sticky sticky stickers that you see on the fridge and fridge shelves,” she said.
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