How do you remove sticker residue from a mirror?

My kids thought it would be fun to cover my side mirrors in their favorite animal stickers! How do you remove sticker residue from a mirror?

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Answer provided by
Melanie Mergen
Answered on Apr 27, 2022
To remove sticker residue from a mirror, you can wet the mirror with a warm, soapy dish soap mixture. Next, scrub the residue away with something abrasive yet gentle, like a scrub brush or a windshield ice scraper.
Vegetable oil or isopropyl alcohol can also be helpful starting points to remove a good amount of sticker residue.
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