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What removes sticky residue?

Posted by Milan Vukosavljevic on

There are endless debates about which products are best at removing sticky residue. While some advocate for solvents such as isopropyl alcohol, others will advocate organic tea tree oil. Still, others advocate using nothing but a clean rag and elbow grease. The truth is, many substances and methods will work to remove sticky residue left behind by stickers. The main issue is whether or not these will damage the surface underneath. The list below is just some of the many items and methods people swear by: Nail polish remover Petroleum jelly Toothpaste Lotion Hairspray Baby oil (mineral oil) Vinegar Rubbing...

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Can you take stickers off a laptop?

Posted by Dusan Petrovic on

Yes, you can! You may want to reconsider if it’s a warranty seal, license key, or serial number sticker, as losing those can make it difficult to get your laptop or its bundled software serviced in many situations. You may also want to avoid removing stickers if the laptop is in mint condition and you plan to sell it. If you’ve decided that you indeed want to take stickers off your laptop, be sure to avoid using methods that involve harsh solvents, abrasives, or excessive heat that could discolor or warp the surface.   How to Remove Stickers From Your...

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Quality

Posted by Dusan Petrovic on

There's no reason why every custom sticker can't be awesome. The cost difference between printing the best possible sticker versus something average is minimal. That's why we only use the highest quality material and printing methods. Make sure when uploading a file that the file is high resolution this way it comes out nice and crisp. The best resolution would be 300dpi this is what we prefer.

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