If the remaining residue is still sticky, try using some of these common household items to remove the stubborn residue.
Take note: You need to make sure the liquids used for adhesive removal will not cause damage to the material’s surface; it’s best to test the liquid mixture by applying it to an inconspicuous area first.
Make a baking soda paste by combining baking soda with warm water in a small container, then gently scrub the paste onto the plastic surface using a microfiber cloth or old toothbrush. The baking soda acts as a mild abrasive to remove sticky tape residue.
Oils, such as coconut oil, olive oil, vegetable oil or cooking oil spray, are great at removing sticky residue. Gently rub the sticky surface with oil using a cloth or an old toothbrush. The glue residue will start to slide off the plastic surface.
Vinegar and Warm, Soapy Water
Apply a nontoxic solution of warm water, white vinegar and mild dish soap. Soak a clean cloth or paper towel in the warm vinegar solution and rub it over the adhesive. Let it sit for five minutes. Then remove the towel and scrape away the residue.
Nail Polish Remover
Isopropyl acetone, commonly found in nail polish remover, isn't just for nails; it can remove stubborn sticker residue from virtually any surface. Apply isopropyl acetone to the sticky area with a cloth, gently scrub and then scrape off the residue.