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A liquor storeowner gave me his French champagne display bottles for glass slumping. I am having trouble removing the labels. Any suggestions?

Soak the bottles in hot water until the labels loosen. Then scrape off with a safety razor blade (the type available from paint supply stores).

And a suggestion from Karen Hardy of Redondo Beach, California: “I have a suggestion for removing labels from champagne or wine bottles. I use a product called Goo-Gone. You can find it in practically any hardware store and most grocery stores. Just spray or dab it on the label, let it soak in, and the label comes right off after a few minutes along with most of the gummy junk. Then you can use a paper towel with a bit more Goo-Gone sprayed on it to remove any leftover junk.

“The product is non-caustic, all organic, and has a wonderful orange smell. It's also really cheap, and you're not as likely to slice off your thumb as you would if you used a razor blade to scrape the label off (I'm accident prone).”



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