How to Remove Label and Sticker Residue

How to easily remove sticker and label residue

how to remove labels from jars
You've peeled, soaked and peeled again, yet there is always that annoying tiiiny bit of sticker residue left behind on your jar, that becomes a complete pain in the you-know-what.  
Come on inside and I'll show you a quick way to get that jar sparkling with one product I bet you already have on hand!…


How to remove label residue

You Will Need:
Peanut Butter

Once your label/sticker is peeled off as much as possible apply a  generous amount of peanut butter onto the remaining residue.
Now, just as you would an exfoliant on your skin, gently rub until you feel the peanut butter oils start to release onto the label.  You may have to add a bit more as you go…you don't want the peanut butter to be completely "dry" after rubbing onto the glue.

Make sure your label has now been exfoliated and the peanut butter oil is still fairly wet and setting in.
Allow to rest for 10-20 minutes, depending how glued on your label is.

After a few minutes, rinse the jar in some warm soapy water, rubbing gently.  The remaining glue should have now come right off.  
If the label still seems a bit stuck, use the "scrubby" side of a dish sponge and rub gently to loosen.  Or even a few extra minutes in a bit more peanut butter oil, should do the trick.

Thanks for stopping by…until next time friends.