How do you remove residual adhesive edges left when Band-Aids are removed?

Answer Answer Just use a little WD-40, or if that scares you, a little vegetable oil will do the trick.

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How do you remove the adhesive residue left behind from band aids?

Try baby oil. Spread a bit over the glue residue, let it sit for a couple of minutes, and wash. You probably don't want to get it on the incision if it's not completely closed up, of course.

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