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Old School
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What's the safest way to remove old stickers from the insides (plastic walls) of refrigerators?
 

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#1 HAWKEYE FAN
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what kind of stickers?
low heat setting on hair dryer, peel them right off
 

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Old School
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I did the WD-40 thing today. It worked so well! And it didn't stain the plastic at all. That was my big concern.

Thanks for the info.
 

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the Musigician
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The only thing I might add is to use dishsoap and hot water to clean off the WD-40 residue when done.

It may smell up the fridge a bit.... :)

DM
 

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Old School
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Yep, I tried to cover that as best as I could. Still has a bit of smell. I think I'll do some lemon juice on it next.
 

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I have always used Ronsin lighter fluid for stickers, labels, gum, tar it won't take shine off of plastic like some removers do.
 
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