How to remove glue from the pot and bottle label

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Reusing preserving glasses and charming bottles of olive oil is the best. Removing that stubborn glue completely, on the other hand … It is a pain. I always try to boil and then rub the glass with detergent and a soft sponge, but it takes too long and never comes out 100%. After today, my life has changed! It looks like cleaning product advertising, right?
Pay attention to that: just mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda with 2 tablespoons of cooking oil, let it act for a couple of minutes and TCHANAN! Goodbye, shameless glue! Hello, beautiful pot!
If you want to be even more adventurous, I have two other tips up my sleeve (which have just been discovered by this one that writes you, so I only have virtual experiences – if you want to test, tell me here if it really worked?). The first is butter or oil around the label. According to the nice girl from the blog “3 kids, 2 dogs, 1 old house” (the photo above and the one below are from there), it worked like magic. Another method is to pass peanut butter on the glue residues – they say it works, but I don’t know… It is up to you; D
It doesn’t hurt to try, right? At home I’m the crazy one with the glass jars, so I’ll put that into practice as soon as my red fruit jam is over. Here are some inspirations for you to use your jars and bottles later:
glass-preserves-decoration-creativity-christmas-thesweetestoccasion-ickfddrinks-pots-of-preserves-stylemepretty-ickfdglass-canning-labels-decoracaoeideias-ickfdbottle-without-label-apartmenttherapy-ickfdSources: The sweetest occasion, Style me Pretty, Decoration and Ideas, Apartment Therapy
Inspiration: Free Turnstile

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