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Instant Name Labels
Q: How do I remove a label from fabric? Other materials and surfaces? Prev        Next
A: Need to remove a label from a garment? Squirt Goo Gone or Goof Off (not Goof Off 2) on the back side of the label area. After 3-4 minutes, slowly peel it off. Any residue can be removed by applying more solvent behind the label area and soaking it up with a paper towel on the front side. Repeat as often as necessary to remove the residue. It may take several applications of the solvent. If you see a discoloration after the solvent dries, there is still some adhesive present so repeat the solvent application until the residue is no longer visible. Let the solvent evaporate completely and wash and dry the garment if needed. Another removal method is to have the garment dry-cleaned using the traditional “Perc” solvent system. The adhesive will be completely dissolved. To remove Instant Name Labels from other surfaces, we recommend using Goof Off or Goo Gone. Test a small area of the surface with the remover to be sure it does not damage the surface where the label is attached, then simply spray solvent onto the label, let it soak, and then remove it. Another application of the Goof Off or Goo Gone should take care of any remaining adhesive.
 

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