Goo be gone works, but in difficult situations I have been known to resort to nail polish remover. So far it has not caused damage to my manikins. We also follow manufacturer suggestions and only allow use of paper tape on the manikins.
We use a product called "Lift Off" and can be purchased from Lowes, Menards or Home Depot. I found it in the painting supplies isle. It works great with a 4 x 4 gauze and then wash off any residue with a gentle soapy solution. Be sure to have ventilated room. When I used GOO GONE it didn't seem to take it off as well and caused some discoloration on my Vital Sim Annes chest.
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Thanks Patricia, hadnt tried that yet....we have used all of hte methods above and with similar outcomes of residue. Baby powder you have to use on fresh removal and I have found letting it sit helps. My Laerdal service expert also recommended grime wipes from Lowes, which work great too for general cleaning and residue removal..
I was just advised to spray area with alcohol and sprinkle with baby powder and then it will rub right off. Advice from Laerdal PM representative.