"Depends on what kinds of stickers there are. If it's one on the dust jacket of a book and you can't normally peel it off (Goodwill stickers are usually easy, other brands like Talize are a bit tougher and leave a lot of residue), a drop of…"
"I assume that it's the acetone that is the active ingredient so pure acetone would be the option.
But, I expect it to be extremely risky.
Personally, I hate those stickers and won't buy them as a general rule. "
"true, nail polish is proven to leave a residue on glossy photos. But i believe they were putting in on the sticker only, very carefully in light layers. Ive never tried so I have no clue but im thinking this "melts" some of the elements…"
"Nail polish remover contains all sorts of chemicals uneccesary and possibly unstable or damaging etc. You don't want a stain in 3 years. Use whatever the correct solvent is in its pure form. If this even works."
"Also found this.. theres a few forums out there. Search on Google. Some say to use a hairdryer but there's no way i would try that. It would damage a glossy photo. Could work on paper items. Maybe there are extremely cheap authenticated items…"
"I found this post 10 years ago but no mention of PSA stickers. Ill keep looking.
I have an SNL vinyl signed by John Belushi and others. Had it authenticated by PSA in 2017. I was misinformed and a little stupid thinking the best placement…"
"I havent had to do it myself but on a forum about GAI stcker removal, ive seen others post about PSA stickers and it was done with nail polish remover carefully, light coats a little at a time. This was on glossy photos. Ill try to see if I can find…"
"“stickers can be removed usually if you are careful and know what you are doing” - really? I can’t stand those stickers. Sometimes I see an item I want to buy but when it has that sticker on the signed item itself I pass. If there…"
"Exactly.. but i guess you could break the slab and remove the item.. stickers can be removed usually if you are careful and know what you are doing. Theres a risk of unnecessary damage.. honestly, if he plans to sell anytime soon, i done think he…"
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