When you try to scratch a price sticker off an item you just bought, the same thing always seems to happen: Somehow, you manage to scrape away only part of the sticker and leave in its wake a ton of stubborn, sticky residue that, no matter what, seems to never really go anywhere.
Instead of wasting your time with that ineffective scratch-off method, try this trick from Jeremiah Brent, a designer and the host of "Home Made Simple."
He says all you need is a hair dryer. As Jeremiah demonstrates in the about clip, simply point the hair dryer at the price sticker to apply heat, and you'll be able to remove the sticker in one fell swoop.
Another trick on Oprah.com: The simplest way to remove pet hair from furniture
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