Steps to Remove the Adhesive:Spray the sticky areas with WD-40.Wait several moments for it to break down the adhesive.Wipe at the adhesive with the cloth, making sure to move with the “grain” of the stainless steel.Repeat as needed. Wipe away any remaining WD-40 with a clean section of the cloth.
Do not use Goo Gone on stainless steel appliances unless you have tested it in an inconspicuous area first. In some cases, Goo Gone can discolor or darken stainless steel.
Yes, Goof Off® Heavy Duty Remover is specifically formulated for use on plastics. Is Goof Off® Heavy Duty safe for stainless steel surfaces? Yes, Heavy Duty is safe for stainless and all metal surfaces.
To use Goo Gone or Goof Off on stainless steel, spray or squirt the product onto the affected portion of the appliance. Wipe up any drips that travel towards plastic or rubber gaskets or parts of the appliance, as the cleaning product may damage or discolor these surfaces.
Safe to use on baseboards, metals, glass, brick, wood, concrete, grout, fiberglass, most automotive surfaces, fully cured varnish and oil painted surfaces. To use, always use safety goggles, then apply Goof Off Professional Strength Remover on a cloth and rub the surface lightly.
While most of these snacks are gone forever, a few can still be found at specific online retailers, namely Amazon and eBay. For example, Triple Power Push Pop, while not available in U.S. stores, can be purchased on Amazon and for quite a pretty penny.
Flintstones Push-Up Pops Push-Ups still exist, although the Flintstones-themed versions that hit their height in the '90s seem to have gone the way of the dinosaur.