Label remover trick
Here’s a slick way to remove those pesky labels from boards and plywood. Heat the label with a hair dryer and peel it off with a putty knife or sharp chisel. Go slow and tug gently and it’ll come off in one piece and leave no scraps behind to tease away. Even though the spot will look clean, there will be a little adhesive left on the wood, and the label footprint will reappear the second you put a finish over it. So rub the spot with acetone and sand lightly to remove it completely. What a handy label remover! Thanks to Kurt Blankholm for this hot tip. Find out another great label remover with a can of WD-40.