Removing something sticky or adhesive can be a challenge, and if you don’t want to stock a bottle of the double G in your cleaning cabinet, whip up your own on an as-needed basis to quickly remove adhesive. Now, because it is a greasy product by nature (oil helps to deactivate something sticky), the surface will need to be cleaned with glass cleaner or all-purpose afterward — just to cut the grease.
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 1 tbsp baking soda
- 5 drops of lemon, orange, grapefruit or lime essential oil (something citrus-based)
Mix this together in a bowl and rub on affected area. Leave for 10 minutes and then remove with a paper towel using a buffing motion to lift any stubborn stuff off. Rinse well and clean with a degreaser to remove the oil.
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