I need some suggestions on how to clean old label residue from the face of plastic drawers in some wood cabinets I have. I estimate the labels were in place 20 years. The paper labels are brittle but come off easily. Not so with the adhesive residue. I’m trying not to mar the plastic. ???
WD-40 (or other similar type of spray-lubricant) works very well in removing old label residue. Spray it on the residue, allow it to sit for a minute, and it should come off with a paper towel very easily. If the residue is not thick sometimes you can just spray WD-40 onto the paper towel and rub the residue off with it. Good luck!
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