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Removal Questions
Q: How can I remove the Badge Magic adhesive from my iron? Prev        Next
A: The easiest way to remove the adhesive from an iron bottom is to use a household solvent such as WD-40®, Goo Gone®, or the original version of Goof Off®, (not Goof Off 2.) Make sure the iron is cold – there’s no need to heat it! To avoid getting the solvent in the iron’s steam holes, spray the solvent onto cotton balls and use the cotton balls to scrub off the adhesive. For best results, wipe down the iron with rubbing alcohol and then run a batch of water through the steam holes to remove any residual solvents.

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