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We have a new dishwasher and new toilet. I can’t easily remove the stickers with the Energy Rating. Any help would be great.

Posted by rovermum, 11th July 2014

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  • I was going to say exactly the same thing as musicmum.

  • I use Eucalyptus oil to remove stickers and labels

  • Heat up with a hair dryer, peel off and use eucalyptus oil.

  • It took me forever to remove the star rating sticker from my dryer, but it did eventually come off with eucalyptus oil.

  • I just leave mine on, they don’t affect the performance of the products or detract from their appearance so why bother removing them?

  • I like the hairdryer tip. I’ve always used eucalyptus oil to remove the glue.

  • Heat it up with a hairdryer first… It’ll peel straight off ????

  • oh, too easy.. eucalyptus oil… a godsend!

  • Put your desired solvent on and cover with glad wrap to let it get to work. Come back the next day to remove.

  • I leave mine on, they don’t bother me :/ But when I do remove stickers, I use eucalyptus or tea tree oil. Removes easily and quickly, leaves no residue

  • Try Eucalyptus Oil

  • citrus or eucalyptus oil will do the trick

  • Try with some eucalyptus oil on a ball of cotton

  • I’ve always applied eucalyptus oil and let it soak in before rubbing it off.

  • For some reason I thought you were supposed to leave them on. I always use eucalyptus oil to get sticky residue off.

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