How do you remove duct tape residue? Use a rag with a bit of texture to it — for example, terry cloth as opposed to an old t-shirt — and soak a small area of it with WD-40, then scrub at the residue. If there is a lot of residue, you can spray the residue and let it sit for just a minute before scrubbing.
What removes sticky tape residue? Wet a paper towel or clean rag with rubbing alcohol, and rub the residue to lift it off. For stubborn stickers, lay an alcohol-soaked rag on the area, and let it sit for several minutes to soften the residue.
Does vinegar remove duct tape residue? Combine equal parts white vinegar and hot water in a small bucket or bowl, and add several drops of liquid dish detergent. Soak a terry cloth cleaning rag or paper towel in the solution and place it over the affected area. Leave it to sit for several minutes, then scrub or scrape away the softened duct tape residue.
Does WD-40 remove duct tape residue? WD-40 can get rid of the of that sticky residue that’s left behind when you remove the tape, so it’s like it was never there! Spray the area where sticky residue has been left behind with WD-40 and then rub off with a clean, textured (for stubborn sticky marks) cloth; repeat if necessary then wipe clean.