Wipe the area with a paper towel or clean cloth.
Apply a generous amount of Goo Gone directly to the sticker and/or goo. Avoid getting Goo Gone on the wood around the sticker.
Peel the sticker off using your fingernails. If the adhesive goo and/or sticker do not completely come off, apply more Goo Gone.
Wash the area with a light mixture of dish soap and water, then wipe it off with a paper towel or clean cloth.
Things You Will Need
- Goo Gone
- Clean washcloth or paper towel
- If the area around the sticker is a different color, try using 409 or elbow grease to clean the wood. If you are particularly worried about damaging the area around the sticker, first point a hair dryer on high speed directly on the sticker. This will heat up the glue and make removal easier. If you have a piece of antique furniture, try dabbing a bit of Goo Gone in a hidden spot to assess the potential impact of the product on the furniture.