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    What's the best way to remove sticker residue?

    Made some custom sticky tags for my VCI-100 but now removing them due to changing from Traktor to Ableton. However, some have left the sticky residue and finding it difficult to remove as i can use anything wet.

    Any ideas how to remove and not strip the VCI's original tags underneath the residue?
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    http://www.wd40.com/products/no-mess-pen/

    Dab a bit on tissue and scrub a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by djnesquigs View Post
    goo be gone
    If it's a sensitive area you can use isopropyl alcohol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeldunne109 View Post
    Dab a bit on tissue and scrub a bit
    Quote Originally Posted by photojojo View Post
    If it's a sensitive area you can use isopropyl alcohol.
    Ooh matron... :eek:

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    there was discussion on this a while back..

    here in australia we have a few citrus based goo remover products that work quite well. can't remember what the one i've used is called, but they work really well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    Ooh matron... :eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh@firestorm View Post
    there was discussion on this a while back..

    here in australia we have a few citrus based goo remover products that work quite well. can't remember what the one i've used is called, but they work really well.
    Citra-solv is the top brand here but there are lots of them out here. I love it and use it to clean almost everything.

    http://www.citra-solv.com/

    Just be careful using it as it will remove paint, lacquer, and melt certain types of plastic not to mention it's flammable. :eek:

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    Delicate cycle in the washer with a bit of isopropyl alcohol?

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