What is a safe an easy way to remove sticky  residue from a small Bluetooth speaker ?

If you could please involve the steps of their is a safe way to do this , all help is much appreciated 

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  • 1 month ago

    Alcahol is good, as is Goo Gone.  Do not use Nail polish remover as it can melt plastic. No, not melt as is runny plastic, but it can remove the finish and take a bit of the plastic off when you rub it, leaving a worn looking spot. 

    If goo Gone doesn't work, use a small drop or two of Naptha Fluid in a well ventilated area and rub with a paper towel.  I've used Naptha for more thn 30 years to remove sticky stuff from just about anything. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Try rubbing alcohol first because it's cheap, then Goo Gone, then nail polish remover.

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  • 1 month ago

    Buy some adhesive remover, Goo Gone is really good. Put some on a paper towel, just by putting the towel over the opening and turning the bottle upside down and back upright. Gently rub the residue with the towel. Once it's all gone, you can take a damp paper towel and wipe off the residual adhesive remover. It's perfectly safe. As long as the paper towel isn't soaking wet, you won't damage your speaker.

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