Nowadays, many labels are widely used. I believe that most people have encountered them. The vases, bowls, plastics, glassware and ceramics that we usually buy at the supermarket will also be affixed with the manufacturer's label paper. Although the surface of the printing paper can be torn off, the glue that can be glued underneath is always torn.
Because ordinary adhesives generally contain polymer materials such as petroleum resin and acrylic acid, the viscosity is relatively high. The manufacturer hopes to stick a little tightly, and will not fall during transportation, but it will stick too tightly and it will be inconvenient to tear. There is currently no process that can both ensure the strength of the bond and easily tear away without leaving traces.
But in general, dilutions such as alcohol, benzine or nail polish, hand cream can help remove these stickers easily and completely. The method is to tear off a layer of paper on the surface of the label, apply alcohol or gasoline, and then rub it on the surface with your hands so that it is fully saturated with the adhesive, and finally wiped off with a cloth.
However, with these solvents, it is also possible to cause damage to the surface of the appliance. At present, it is better to soak it in hot water or blow the adhesive portion with a hairdryer, and then rub the wiper with a damp cloth to remove the sticker. This method does not cause damage to the item.