jlnorris1215 wrote:Will cooking oil remove this much sticker residue? Have no idea what the sticker was, I found it like this at B&N. I'd really like to avoid roughing up or scratching the plastic. Any help would be appreciated!
Cooking oil would work fine as long as you use a smooth cloth. I've used cooking oil to remove globs of tape residue from my car the size of silver dollars, in the sun no less, and everything came out great. A rough cloth will just scratch the hell out of the window so make sure before hand it's not, probably a microfiber cloth would be the best. Be sure to dab a little on the cloth and not the box. Also you will more than likely have to flatten the box to get best results. Afterwards it will of course be oily but just use a dry part of the cloth and wipe away until not slick. A damp cloth might help in getting the oil off better, but not sure.
Other methods I've used, granted none on a plastic window, were warm water (used on metal) and Goo Gone used on various items. I've also heard that alcohol breaks down this stuff as well, but I've never tried it. Rumor has it though that Goo Gone and alcohol can melt thinner plastics.