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DIY Sticker Removal!

I love DIY projects. When I can find a way to make something myself, I will do it! This is where I came across making my own sticker removal with using only TWO ingredients! The best part is: that we all have them in our home! Which saves us $! How great is that?! Sorry, no excuse to go shopping today.  Here is what you need:

  • 1 part baking soda
  • 2 parts of vegetable oil.

  1. Mix the two ingredients together.
  2. Place some of the oil mixture on to were the sticker is.
  3. Rub on till it is gone. (I used a non-abrasive scrubber to help me with it. Unless you want to exfoliate your finger).

Keep adding more oil mixture as needed. Rinse with water to wash off the oil mixture, and you are done! It took me about 3 minutes total. Remember, you’re using some good natural stuff there. No harsh chemicals here;).

Store the rest in an air-tight container or jar like this one☝🏼️. This is a spaghetti sauce jar that I am reusing. Yet another great way to save (💲➕♻️).

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! 😀


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I am a mother of two girls (6 & 7) and two boys(2 & 4). I am married to a wonderful man named Seth. We are happy to have Princess, our black lab, in our family. I, proudly, lived all my life in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona until I married my husband on June 2007. That is when I moved here to Western Massachusetts. Over 8 years and 4 kids later, I yet have explored more of New England. Join me on our outings of New England. Plus, I tend to be a little crafty, so you will find a lot of "DIY" posts as well. Pretty much of everything since I love trying new things, and how to make my busy life as a mommy go as smoothly as possible.

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