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Old 09-15-2013, 05:32 PM   #1
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Label/Sticker residue on corian countertops

Can anyone tell me how to get the label off my corian counter top? I thought it would peel right off, but it didn't! Help
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Old 09-15-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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Can anyone tell me how to get the label off my corian counter top? I thought it would peel right off, but it didn't! Help
Couple commercial products on the market -Goof Off is one if I recall the name correctly. Check whenever you use in an out of sight area first.
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3m has an adhesive remover that works on this stuff. U can get at parts stores, also acrausol will work. ( sorry dont know how to spell it so thats what auto correct gave me)
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Try peanut butter. It'll dissolve chewing gum in a child's hair.

A Mom of three sons knows this sort of thing.
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My mom used it (peanut butter) on my hair as a kid Dont know about stickers, but hay, its right there in the cabinet, be worth a shot.
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My mom used it (peanut butter) on my hair as a kid Dont know about stickers, but hay, its right there in the cabinet, be worth a shot.
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Can anyone tell me how to get the label off my corian counter top? I thought it would peel right off, but it didn't! Help
If the label is still intact, you might try a heat gun or your wife's hair dryer to warm it and thus softening the adhesive and a Teflon spatula to lift it. Just don't get it HOT!
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