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PALESTINE, August 12, 2014— The Money Pit team provides time and money saving tips and ideas, helps listeners manage projects, and answers home improvement questions from callers. YourEastTexas.com is pleased to bring you a weekly update from the Money Pit to assist you in your Home Improvement endeavors.
This week’s Home Improvement answer: Removing Stickers and Decals
Do you love your newly installed windows or appliances, but hate the stickers on the front of them? The good news is, you're not stuck with those stickers for good. To remove stickers or decals from almost any new product, warm about ¾ cup of white vinegar. Soak a piece of cloth large enough to cover the entire sticker and hold the vinegar soaked cloth over the sticker for a few minutes. Once the sticker is saturated with the vinegar, it should peel off easily. This trick also works for old bumper stickers stuck on your car.
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