Those decals in your bathtub sure won't budge - after all, it's their stick-to-itiveness that makes your bathtub safe. But when it's time to remove or replace those decals, undo their glue with some common household products and a little elbow grease.
Things You'll Need
- Cleaning Cloths
- Plastic Scrubbers
- Plastic Spatulas
- Plastic Putty Knives
Soak a cleaning cloth in warm vinegar and squeeze the vinegar over the decal.
Soak the cleaning cloth in warm vinegar again and lay it over the decal; let it sit for several minutes.
Remove the cloth and pry the decal off with a plastic spatula or putty knife.
Scrub away any sticky residue with a plastic scrubber and more vinegar.
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