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Old 12-25-2009, 06:19 AM   #1
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What is the best and safest way to remove the sticky stuff left by the label in the plastic sink? Also what is safe as a general cleanser for these sinks and the bathtub? I don't want to ruin the nice shiny finish.

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There are probably a dozen or so other items that will work, but I find that GOOF OFF (available in Lowes / Home Depot) works great at removing glue and other adhesive residues and I always have a gallon can of it setting in my shop. Works great cleaning paint or glue etc. off carpets and vinyl.
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I 2nd the Goof Off. It's a great item to have.
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clean it with aqua clean, polish with fiberglass polish.
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The best product I've found is WD-40. Spray it on, let it sit for a minute or so then wipe it off.It may take a second applicationfor the real heavy stuff. After wiping offthe glue and sticky compound follow up with a mild detergent such as Dove dish washing soap.



If you can still find Bon-Ami in your area, then use that, if not then use Bar Keepers Friend.

Both of these are non abrasive.
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