Baking soda is a magic fix-all for nearly all aspects of the home. When mixed with white vinegar, baking soda can be used to clean a stainless steel kitchen sink and all bathroom surfaces. Today we are going to use this magic ingredient to make sticker remover-Goo Gone!! You may have to remove stickers off glassware, dinning ware, silver ware and everything else if you buy them. While store bught goo gone smells pretty atrocious and it’s notoriously tough to get rid of the greasy feeling it leaves behind.
This homemade Goo Gone gets the job done, is much less messy to use, and is super easy to wash off! Pretty excited to not have to buy the stinky stuff anymore.
Home-made ‘Goo Gone’ is one of Bev’s most versatile DIY inventions. After struggling with scrubbing labels off glass jars, Bev dreamed up an all-natural and easy-to-make product using ingredients from her kitchen. This thrifty woman creates a solution that saves her money and a trip to the store!
All you need to make Bev’s ‘Goo Gone,’ is 1 part vegetable oil and 2 parts baking soda. Bev explains, the resulting mixture works because it is oily, yet abrasive.
Homemade Goo Gone Does It Work With Make Your Own ZoneInstructables shares 2 versions of goo gone recipes with coconut oil and veggie oil with orange oil scents which smells pretty good.
The vegetable oil/mineral oil/etc. version:
- 2 parts baking soda
- 1 part oil
- sweet orange oil (optional)
Homemade Goo Gone Via Instructables