DIY Goo Gone

Lately, I have been finding myself in need of some Goo Gone!

I know we have some somewhere, but I don’t have the time, and really don’t want to look for it!

So, I came up with a simple solution that is quick, easy, and CHEAP!

It’s TWO ingredients!

And I can almost guarantee that you have these two ingredients in your home.

DIY Goo GoneYep, just Vegetable Oil and Baking Soda!

SO EASY!

The ratio is 1:1.

So if you need just a little, use one teaspoon of each and mix together.

DIY Goo GoneThe project I needed it for was a Snow Globe.

We just used Karsyn’s old baby food jars, so I did not need much.

DIY Goo Gone

After you mix it well, lay it on thick!

DIY Goo GoneLet it sit for about 5-10 minutes, just depending on how much goop you need to get rid of.

Then rinse off with warm water!

You’re welcome!

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45 thoughts on “DIY Goo Gone

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  2. This is sweet!! I like to clean up my textbooks before selling them to others online (when I buy them they will have marks and stickers all over them) and this works perfectly on them!! Thanks!!

  3. I’m letting my paste sit for the10 mins while I write this. I used 2 parts baking soda and 1 part veg oil. I’ll post how it turns out after. Cross my fingers.

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  6. Great! Cleaned up my son’s lacrosse stick the night before the big game. Thank you! And BTW, how’d you know that recipe would work?

  7. OMG it worked amazingly well!! I did not have vegetable oil, I had mazola oil and it worked perfectly well. Thank you SO MUCH!

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  9. Tried the DIY homemade goo gone. I used 1 TBSP of cooking oil and 1TBSP of baking soda. It took the sticky right off. I did not want to use anything with chemicals in it because I am going to put food on it. Thanks so much.

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