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Remove Sticky Price Tags With Peanut Butter

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Whether you’re giving a gift or you just purchased something nice for yourself, the new item is bound to have a price tag on it. And that means you’ll be spending time trying to scratch off the residual adhesive that can ruin the look of glasses and other household items. Luckily Dumb Little Man found a great way to remove sticky price tags.

After you pull off the price tag, simply apply a dab of peanut butter to the remnant and gently rub. Once the tag has been completely removed, rinse the item or wipe the paste away.

We’re definitely going to try this trick when our birthday seasons roll around, so we can spend less time trying to scratch off a sticky paper and more time enjoying our present!

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