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How do you remove stickers from wood? Not the normal stickers with glue, those stickers that sticks when you remove the paper.

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What kind of wood? is it on a floor, picture frame, table?
waxed or polished?
are you talking about the car stickers or a removable tattoo or some other kind?
i would scrap it and refinish, but I'm assuming you are trying to avoid that.

this link tells you how to remove stickers
https://www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-remove-sticker-residue/#.WQtQcMa1sdU

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Label remover is made up of citric acid and water. That will destroy the glue and allow removal without a mark. WD40 will mark the wood permanently.

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