How to remove annoying stickers from hockey stick blade, helmet or skates without leaving any residue. So whatever reason, hockey manufactures like to put these sticks in places hockey players can’t stand.
Traditional method – A lot of players use hairdryers to remove the stickers by heating them up to soften the adhesive. This method often leaves residue which is extremely difficult to remove.
Our recommendation – We suggest you use WD-40. It’s fantastic for remove stickers quickly and easily!
The oils in the WD-40 break down the adhesive making it quick and easy to remove any stickers.
One of the best things about using WD-40 is even if there’s a sticker you’ve attempted to remove and small piece of it are left on your stick, skates or helmet, WD-40 will completely remove the remaining pieces and also take of any adhesive that may be left on the surface off.
All you’ll need to do is apply the WD-40 onto the stick and also a cloth or rag you don’t mind getting a little dirty and rub the stick off. Depending on how tough the stick is, you may need to use little force but nothing to extreme. I use my finger nail over a rag while rubbing which has great results.
Here are a few before and after photos with skates and stick.