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So I accidently had one of the sticky name tag things hit my ipod and it left a bunch of sticky stuff on it. The normal water and rag isnt taking it off real well because well... its stuck... Any ideas?
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hmm....Was it on the front or back of the iPod? If it was on the back, I don't think you need to be as careful.

I normally use iKlear on my Apple stuff, not sure how well that would work. Normally I use GooGone to take that kind of sticky stuff off, but I'm not sure how well that will work on the iPod.

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hmm....Was it on the front or back of the iPod? If it was on the back, I don't think you need to be as careful.

I normally use iKlear on my Apple stuff, not sure how well that would work. Normally I use GooGone to take that kind of sticky stuff off, but I'm not sure how well that will work on the iPod.
Its front, I suppose I should just keep working with water and wash cloth until I can finally get it off

Perhaps rubbing alcohol rather than water because its thinner
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Its front, I suppose I should just keep working with water and wash cloth until I can finally get it off

Perhaps rubbing alcohol rather than water because its thinner
Ok, I got if off by putting it my pocket and warm itself up that way when it was decently warm I rubbed it off.
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Ok, I got it off by putting it my pocket and warm itself up that way when it was decently warm I rubbed it off.
That sounds soooooo bad
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there is this cleaner called iCleaner, recommended by Macworld

http://www.ipodcleaner.com/
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