UN-DU Adhesive Remover - 4oz Bottle



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Description & Information

Every scrapper needs Un-du to deal with adhesive issues!  This product will safely remove tape runner, stickers, and photos squares, and will clean any sticky residue from punches and scissors.  Un-du will not bleed inks and is photo-safe and acid-free.  Many Scrapbook.com reviewers say they have successfully used Un-du to remove photos from magnetic albums.  Each bottle contains approximately 4 oz.

Due to the nature of this product, contents may evaporate slightly during the shipping process.

Undu, Un du, Un-do, Undo, and Un do
SKU: ud-00110 UPC: 896526002051

Reviews and Ratings

Avg. Rating
98% of buyers would recommend
  • Verified Buyer

    Thank Goodness it's back!

    I was so happy to find un-do adhesive remover! As a scrapbooking mom, it is invaluable. I bought a bottle for myself and a bottle for a fellow scrapbooking friend. We have alerted all our scrapbooking friends that we have found un-do and scrapbook.com is the place to get it!

    It's the best for removing old photos from those old magnetic photo albums. My husband had three albums that not only had the old magnetic pages, but these albums had been through, not one, but TWO house fires. Some of the pictures were WELDED to the pages, but un-do adhesive remover safely removed the photos without any damage to them. Way to go Un-Do! Thanks for carrying such a wonderful product!

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  • Verified Buyer

    A must have!

    I got a bottle of this stuff, a billion years ago, but never used it. I just peeled off whatever it was I was trying to move with mixed results. More times than not, I tore my background paper. On my latest project, I needed to remove a large journaling velum. I had to be extra careful as the replacement would probably be smaller and translucent. So I finally grabbed my bottle of Undo to test it out. It instantly broke the adhesive gap and I was able to remove my old journaling and all of the adhesive without damaging the background paper in anyway. I LOVE this stuff! You think it's a lot of liquid but it dries quickly, does not discolor anything, and leaves no stains. As someone who is always repositioning things, I wish I had started using this stuff sooner.

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  • Verified Buyer

    The Best Adhesive Remover Ever Made!!!

    How many fingernails have you worn down or rubbed 1/2 of your skin off trying to remove annoying lables from glassware or anything else you purchase? How many times have you used a product like Goof-Off & it ruined the item's surface in the process? I've used quite a few manufacturer's adhesive removers & they all do not perform like UN-DU Adhesive Remover does as quickly & completely with a minimal amount & absolutely does NO harm to the surface of the item. I've never been able to find UN-DU in craft, hobby, "big box" or hardware stores either. Recommend buying several! Welll worth the price.

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  • Verified Buyer

    Un-Du Adhesive Remover

    I love this item. I have been using it for years and everytime I show it to one of my friends at work, church or craft class, they are amazed at what it can do. I usually demo it by using a piece of klenex tissue paper and putting a sticker on it. Any kind of sticker will do but I use the address kind that once they are down they are down for good. When they see that the sticker comes off the tissue paper without tearing the tissue and then they find out thta they can reuse the sticker -- it sells itself. This is the best product I have ever used as far as adhesive removers go and I have only one wish -- I wish I had discovered it first so I could be the one getting rich off of it. Try it -- you will love it. Nila Weekley

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  • Verified Buyer

    One of the best things I ever bought for sb'ing!

    You can unstick photos from your page, paper from paper, photos from those old acidic "magnetic" albums, stickers off your windshield, price tags off glass, bumper stickers off of a wood dresser (know that from experience-ha!), glue dots from metal, xyron adhesive, etc. All w/o damaging a thing! It looks like a big oily stain when you apply it, but don't panic--it'll dry completely clear and you can restick whatever it was that you unstuck. Also, applying to a cotton ball and wiping off your scissors or cutting blade will un-gunk them if you cut something sticky too. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!

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Product Questions & Answers

  • Need HELP with this product. I bought a bottle here back in February and finally got around to use it. I can not for the life of me open the bottle up. Just can not get the cap off!!

    Can anyone share how they get the cap off ????

    Thank you for your help and hope I'm gonna feel like an idiot when I find out just how to up cap this magic product.

    Hmmm, just took a photo of my bottle cap but can not find a way to insert it here. My cap looks different from the ones on the Un-Du webite-has an extra white part on the bottom of cap and does not look like it separates - not that I'd know because I can not uncap the bottle.   By: jlguilford (09-Aug-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • The newer bottles are more difficult to open. Ii turn the cap until it catches, then I use my thumb and forefinger to push it the rest of the way. If this doesn't work, try a pair of short nose pliers. Last resort is to remove the black "scoop". DO NOT leave the bottle uncapped as the liquid evaporates quickly. I emptied a bottle into a mason jar and use it with an eyedropper. Once the paper (card stock, photo, designer paper) is wet, the adhesive releases. I am also VERY FOND of Creative Memories Multiple Purpose tool. I always have multiples on hand as they work wonderfully to get between the papers and lift. By: odumrol (10-Aug-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Thank you for your information. I appreciate your taking time to help me out. By: jlguilford (13-Aug-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Would this work on getting spots of permanent adhesive off mirror color card stock?   By: kelly.whitney (27-Jul-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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    Can this product be used on the front of a photograph that has sticky residue on it?   By: User (03-Jul-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I would try it first on a photo that I do not intend to keep. Put the adhesive in the front of the photo , let it 'age' for a day, the apply the Undo. Give it a bit of time to fully dislove the adhesive, wipe the residue away and reapply the Undo again if needed. By: Karen Lindsey (05-Jul-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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