Another trick to remove those stuck-on decals and stickers with ease is spritzing on some WD-40. Just let it sit on them for about ten minutes, then you can quickly scrape them off with a cloth.
If the cloth doesn’t remove the residue right away, it may need to be sprayed a second time.
How to Soak Up Spills
Since diapers have the purpose of being super absorbent, you can actually use them to soak up a spill before it stains your upholstery.
If you don’t have a baby, just ask your friends or family if they have some extra ones to share, even if it sounds a bit ridiculous.
Use Steel Wool to Clean Your Windshield
We know this sounds like bad advice, and you’re probably thinking who in their right mind would use steel wool to clean glass. But, as it turns out, the windshield glass is very strong and thick and doesn’t scratch easily.
So, next time you need to properly clean your windshield, use a steel wool sponge to scrub off the glass. You will never see a clearer looking glass.
Even Vegetables Can Remove Stains
You might want to use this trick if you’re looking into selling your car in the future. Remove those burn stains on leather or vinyl by applying a raw cut onion to the area.
Just allow it to soak in for a bit before blotting it with warm water. This will effectively reduce the visibility of those stains! Your car will be on the market in no time.
How to Remove Decals
If you’re looking for a solution to removing those baked-on stains, stuck-on stickers, or decals, without the residue, you can remove them with a razor blade.
Just remember that you have to have patience. It should pay off when you see it all cleared up.