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This works wonders!! It took off an EXTREMELY stubborn label in less than a minute!

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22 Everyday Products You Can Easily Make From Home (for less!)

#7. Homemade Goo Gone -- 22 Everyday Products You Can Easily Make From Home (for less!) These are all so much healthier, too!

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из The Taylor House

Goo Gone Homemade Remover Recipe

Goo Gone 1 part oil (I used vegetable oil) 1 part baking soda 1 part rubbing alcohol (I’m pretty sure that’s the secret ingredient) Shake well. I was not real exact with the measurements. Scoop some out with your fingers or a paper towel and go to town!

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из The Soft Landing®

DIY Non-toxic Goo Gone Gunk Remover Alternative

Make your own non-toxic Goo Gone alternative to avoid the flammable, petroleum-based adhesive remover with kerosene, PPG-3 Methyl Ether and D-Limonene

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Make your own home-made "Goo Gone" with simple ingredients.  Avoid the store bought variety with harsh chemicals with this recipe via Simple is Pretty...

Make your own home-made "Goo Gone" with simple ingredients. Avoid the store bought variety with harsh chemicals with this recipe via Simple is Pretty...

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из Two Million Miles

DIY Goo Gone

DIY Goo Gone- This actually works really well. I used it tonight on glass...used a scrubby sponge and it came right off! It didn't work as well on plastic, but it did help.

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из Mom 4 Real

Homemade Goo Gone - Sticker and Gunk Remover

Homemade Goo Gone - Sticker and Gunk Remover - It's super easy to make your own and it really does work!

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Homemade Goo Gone

Homemade Goo Gone - get the sticky stuff off of your jars so that you can easily upcycle your glass jars from the grocery store

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из Premeditated Leftovers

How to Make a Homemade Goo Gone Substitute

How to Make a Homemade Goo Gone Substitute using common household ingredients. This goo remover is perfect for removing price tags, stickers, and adhesive residue.

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How to Make your Stainless Shine 1. Spray entire sink with vinegar. 2. Sprinkle baking soda 3. Let sit for 10 minutes 5. Rinse sink with boiling water. 6. Spray some more vinegar onto sink and scrub away. 7. wipe it down with a paper towel. 8. Then spray some goo gone in the sink and wipe down the sink. 9. After that put a little bit of olive oil onto a paper towel {or rag} and "buff" your sink. It really renews the shine to your sink.

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