For self-adhesive marks on hard surfaces, we can apply […]
For self-adhesive marks on hard surfaces, we can apply oil-free nail polish to the surface of the object, then gently wipe it with a soft cloth; these marks can also be removed with industrial alcohol or gasoline. If these stickers get on the skin, you can also use lemon juice to remove them. In addition, hand cream can also achieve the effect of removing the adhesive. The hand cream contains a lot of water (generally more than 70%), and the water contains a certain amount of surfactant. Surfactants have good wetting, penetrating and dissolving abilities, and can quickly penetrate between the adhesive and the surface of the object to achieve the purpose of cleaning. You can also find some similar products, such as creams, facial cleansers, and washing spirits.