How to remove the stickiness of scotch tape
Use alcohol with a purity of 95% or anhydrous alcohol, and then wipe the sticky part of the self-adhesive or scotch tape, the sticky part will be easily softened and removed, and the alcohol will not affect the surface of the plastic part or the adhered object damaged. The method of using alcohol may not be very effective when some products need to remove the stickiness. You can use a soft cloth dipped in a little gasoline and lightly wipe the place where the stickiness needs to be removed. It should be noted that gasoline will damage the surface of plastic parts or adhered objects, because it has a 'dissolving' effect, so it must be used with care. You can first wipe it on an unimportant place to test it, and use it if there is no problem. When using, be careful not to use too much gasoline, and at the same time grasp the time well, you need to remove the sticky objects and it will be easy to remove. For example, to remove the stickiness of the trademark: there are some labels on the newly bought stainless steel basin or glassware. After tearing off the labels, it will be difficult to remove the sticker marks left on the surface of the hard object. You can use a grease-free nail polish remover. Apply to the surface of the object, then wipe gently with a soft cloth. Or use denatured alcohol or gasoline to remove these traces. If the self-adhesive gets on the skin, you can use hand cream to remove the self-adhesive. The hand cream contains a large amount of water reaching more than 70%, and the water contains a certain amount of surfactant. Surfactants have good wetting, penetrating, and dissolving capabilities, and can quickly penetrate between the sticker and the surface of the object to achieve the purpose of removal.