In repairing children’s books I have numerous times sought to undo the good intentions of repairs made with Scotch tape. After nearly 3-1/2 years I have USUALLY had (relative) success by first removing the tape with the aid of a product called Un-Du, some gentle scraping with sticker/label remover, and, if needed, cleaning up any residue with a product called Clean Cover Gel. But I seem to have met my match. I have in my possession a picture book, from which I have successfully removed tape used to repair some tears, but a sticky residue remains. Despite arguments to the contrary, the Internet has not found me an adequate solution. I have numerous downloaded instruction manuals, have Googled my fingers stiff, but am not finding what I am looking for. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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