You did your research and finally came up with the best uses of these vinyl-based stickers. Now, when the deed is done, and the promotion is completed, now the time has come when you have to remove the vinyl stickers from their allotted places. Well, these stickers are easily removable and won’t even leave behind any adhesive residue if done properly.
White decals are permanent in nature, but they are also proven to be removable. It is because these premium quality stickers are printed on the thinner version of vinyl and will have that aggressive adhesive. It can confirm and then stick way better to any of the slightly textured surfaces. Even the unique contours or the styling of a vehicle will turn out to be great, thanks to these stickers.
Can come off easily:
These vinyl stickers are mainly designed to stick for some years to come. But, they can come off relatively easily. If they are crafted well, all you have to do is get hold of a corner started with a fingernail or any tool like a sharp knife. Then you have to peel it gently backward. In case you are removing any new sticker, then it won’t be that tough when compared to the old decals.
If you are trying to remove old vinyl stickers or decals, then you need to follow some more serious steps to address. Those are super simple, and all the materials needed for that are available at home. So, no need to purchase anything separately from outside.
- For removing the stickers, you have to warm them. For that, use a heat gun or hair dryer that you have lying around. It helps in softening the sticker and becomes easier to just peel away.
- Remove the glue residue with the help of some commercial solvents or with some of the household solutions as well.
- Soak the glue area with some vegetable oil, and then scrub that portion with soap before rinsing with clean water. For some extra friction, mix one part of vegetable oil to two parts of baking soda and use that as a scrubber.
- If you want, you can rub some peanut butter into the glue. The oil from the peanut helps in softening and then dissolving the oil-based glue. The texture and consistency of peanut butter will make cleanup a lot easier than the cooking oil hack.
- There you have some glue, which can easily dissolve in rubbing alcohol. So, if you have some at home and near your hand, then soak the adhesive in it and then rub the glue off the surface.
- Vinegar can also almost dissolve most of the flies, apparently. So, don’t forget to give that a try as well. Saturate your paper towel with vinegar solution and then quickly lay that on a sticky area and let the glue soak all right in. Then you have to use that same paper towel for wiping off the soft glue.
If you can follow these steps well, removing glue from the vinyl sticker residue won’t be that tough at all!