Many times we have wanted to remove the labels from plastic containers, but we were not successful. Residues remain and many times we end up damaging it with sharp objects. This time, we share a viral video from Kami, a young woman from the United States who revealed the simple and quick trick to do it and leave no trace.
through the account of TikTok call @kami_larae, the woman made her method known with a video that in a short time has exceeded 24 thousand reproductions. And it is that to apply it you only need a hair dryer and a little patience.
In the recording it is clearly seen that she uses the aforementioned appliance to carefully heat the label of a container. According The SunAfter a few minutes, she slowly peeled it off without leaving any residue.
“Works great on all hard to remove stickers and labels”assured the woman in the description of her publication made in TikTok. The reactions of the users did not take long to appear as a result of the ingenious trick that he applied.
“That’s great, I didn’t know about this method”, “Now I know what I will do tomorrow in my free time”, “with this trick I can say ‘bye-bye’ to sticky residue”, “Thanks, Kami, for the information”are some of the many comments from Internet users.
An viral video It is a video that becomes popular after several people share it through the internet through social networks, online services or specialized websites such as Youtube.
The reason why it is shared is because it causes fury and impact on the viewers who watch it, motivating them to spread it among all their acquaintances, and these in turn with their close circles and so on until reaching millions of views.
A viral video can have various types of content, ranging from the humorous to the tragic, and although in some cases, it could hurt susceptibilities, it can reach a large number of views in a short time.
“For a video to be considered viral, it must be widely distributed on the web and reach a large number of views in a short time. There is no precise measure of how many views a video would have to have to be considered viral, but Business Insider did an article about it starting with the first million views.Explain moneyinimage.com.