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Old 19-06-2016, 10:47 AM   #1
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Default How to remove bottle labels the easy way.

It has been discussed many times here over the years, this could be the best answer yet.

Has anyone tried this?

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A SUPER SIMPLE WAY TO REMOVE LABELS FROM GLASS BOTTLES
http://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/...s-bottles.html


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Nice one chippy...
but a dish washer will do the same...
by the way I don't work for Bosch or endorse any of there fantastically engineered products that are proven to last
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I dont have a dish washer (well not an electric one) do they have a filter to collect all the pieces of label?
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I dont have a dish washer (well not an electric one) do they have a filter to collect all the pieces of label?
Yes they do.
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Old 19-06-2016, 02:10 PM   #5
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Hi!
WizzOxi works very well.
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I have never heard of that.
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I'm sure this would work on simple glue and paper labels, but so many breweries now are using stronger glues and plastic labels that I'm not convinced will be removed by this...
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Simply the best been using for a long time. When I put my own labels back on the bottles I paste the labels with milk. They come off under the tap with warm water

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I stick all my bottles and jars into my dishwasher, only about half the labels come off, I recycle the ones that don't on the assumption that if the dishwasher won't do it nothing will. Haven't tried the OP method. [yet]
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I'm using wizz oxi on some Theafstones Old Peculier bottles at the moment some slide of some refuse to budge, most frustrating
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