Posted: September 26, 2014
What does this mean?
It means using old materials to create something new.
If you have ever taken a look at Pinterest, you will see that there are tons of crafts on there that require removing labels from bottles, jars, and other containers.
The problem that most people run into here is that when they remove the label, there is adhesive left behind and everything is sticky.
You really don’t want to try to paint something that had leftover adhesive on it. Not if you want to keep your paintbrush in one piece, at least.
Luckily, Eraser Sponges are great removing adhesive and other materials!
Here are some instances where this might be handy:
- Removing labels from wine bottles, jars, plastic containers, in order to create something new. This will give you a clean surface to create a masterpiece with.
- Removing spilled glue from a surface (it’s recommended you use a small piece for this, so you don’t remove anything besides what you’re meaning to remove). It can be tough to judge how much glue you will need, but it can be easily removed if it spills over!
- Removing marker, crayon and pencil markings from surfaces. Especially with young children, it is a good idea to have cleaning supplies ready.
Regardless of the project that you are working on, messes are bound to happen.
Why not use a product that is going to quickly clean it up with no mess and no odor? Check out Sponge Outlet today!
Have you used an Eraser Sponge while working on your crafts?