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My daughter Olivia loves stickers. She loves to collect them, share them, and stick the on everything. I mean everything. Books, clothing, even the hardwood floors in our playroom. UGH! Who has time to scrape and scrub stickers off the floor? If you have a little one obsessed with stickers at your house, here’s how to remove stickers from hardwood – and lots of other surfaces, too!
Step one, get yourself some [amazon_textlink asin=’B001R4XHRQ’ text=’Goo Gone Original Gel Spray’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’jugactmam-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’c8836d2b-0d4d-11e9-9b40-53531437ebff’]. I got mine on sale (score!). This st
How to Remove Stickers from Hardwood
Here’s how to remove stickers from hardwood floors in just TWO easy steps using Goo Gone Original Spray Gel.
Kids make lots of messes, and the sticky ones are sometimes the most frustrating! For any sticky, gooey mess on a vertical surface, Goo Gone Spray Gel is your anti-freakout formula.
Just spray the gel onto the surface, watch it cling to the mess, then wipe away your sticky problem with a clean cloth. Whatever mess you come across and wherever you find that mess it will be Good as Gone.
It’s as simple as that! Do not use on silk, leather, suede, rubber, faux stainless steel, drywall, unfinished wood surfaces, and unsealed stone. For more information on the best ways to use Goo Gone, visit the FAQ portion of their website.
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