I bought a new refrigerator but when tryed to remove a paper glued to the
door, the glue stayed. What can I use to remove the glue without damaging
the white paint of the door? I already tryed with detergent, alcohol and
glass cleaner but none of then worked.
Any hint is welcomed
Thanks in advance
Works for me, too. I got ancient, dried-out, bonded duct tape glue off
of ceramic tiles using WD40. Nothing else worked. I kept trying on and
off for at least a decade (it was in an inconspicuous spot, so it
wasn't a priority) using all kinds of solvents and cleaners, but only
Not at all, I have used WD on many things as a matter of fact I have even
used it to remove bird droppings on a car while at a show. I didn't have my
cleaning bucket of goodies at the time and the only thing that was in the
car was WD, so I used that right before the judges got to me. Worked great.
If I was confident enough to used WD-40 on my show car then I think a
refridgerator is going to be just fine.
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