Ways to remove bandage adhesive residue from skin involve using either baby oil or cooking oil, using dish washing soap to clean the residue off and using nail polish remover to gently wipe off the bandage adhesive. Taki... More »

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To remove adhesive from glass, begin by scraping the glass with a single edge razor, suggests This Old House. Follow up with a spray household cleaner, or apply a product specially designed for removing adhesive from gla... More »

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Remove adhesive from clothes by scraping off the large pieces, setting a wet absorbent pad on the area and washing the garments. This takes only a few minutes plus time for a washing cycle. You need absorbent pads, a scr... More »

To remove Band-Aid and other adhesive residue from skin, rub the sticky areas with baby oil, olive oil, vegetable oil, rubbing alcohol or acetone (nail polish remover). If rubbing alcohol or acetone is used, lotion or cr... More »

Acetone, a common ingredient in nail polish remover, is good for removing glue from skin, as it breaks down the adhesive bond. Put some acetone nail polish remover on a cotton ball or ear swab, and apply it directly onto... More »

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To remove super glue from your skin, soak the area in warm, soapy water, and apply nail polish remover to the super glue. Wash off the nail polish remover and super glue with warm, soapy water, and moisturize the skin. More »

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To remove hair dye from skin, wipe the stained skin with a tissue, scrub it with a toothbrush, dab stubborn stains with nail polish remover, and coat lingering dye with baby oil. This overnight procedure requires a mirro... More »

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