How to Remove Sticker Residue From Furniture
I have three kids and if there is any advice I can give to new parents… it’s to avoid stickers at all cost unless they are being strictly supervised. They seem like such innocent little pieces of paper that children adore, but stick them on the wrong thing and you will be left with much frustration. I have washed shirts that I forgot my children stuck stickers on while at the grocery store checkout… I was never able to get the goo off. I have spent hours meticulously trying to remove stickers from children’s beds with my brittle and broken finger nails. I remember many years ago when we were cleaning up from a house that we were renting, I was stuck in the kitchen for hours trying to remove all of the sticker residue from the refrigerator door.
So my six year old son recently decided to stick some of those foam stickers onto his door. His little sister then decided to peel them off, leaving behind that very thick and sticky residue. The more cleaner I used and scrubbing I did, the bigger the mess got… the sticker residue was just not coming off for me! I am disappointed to share that the following day was the first time I have ever used Goo Gone. I could not believe how effortlessly I was able to remove the sticker residue from the door… it was completely removed the door within minutes. The best part is that I hardly put any elbow work into removing it, simply rubbing the Goo Gone Spray Gel on the sticker residue removed it.
Life with kids is always going to be messy, that’s just part of the parenting journey! For all of those sticky, gooey, hard to remove messes on a vertical surfaces, 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… no need to stress or worry your furniture has been destroyed.
Just check out the image below and see how simple it was for me to remove a very sticky mess in just 4 simple steps! Make sure to grab Goo Gone Spray Gel the next time you are at the store, I know this is going to be a product that I always keep in my house from now on!