When repurposing tin cans and jars do you have the problem of “how to remove sticky gunk off cans and jars” left behind when peeling the labels off.
I have tried rubbing alcohol, letting soak in hot soapy water, even tried sanding it off. Nothing really worked.
Until I tried Orange Oil and it works amazing, so from now on when I need to remove sticky gunk off cans and jars I break out my Orange Oil.
A little goes a long way, so just put a little on a paper towel and then blot in on the sticky gunk, then started rubbing.
Before you know it the stick gunk is gone.
So next time you need to remove sticky gunk off cans and jars for your next craft project break out the Orange Oil, it’s great stuff and can be used for many different chores around the house.
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