I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to show you how to remove hairspray residue. Obviously if you're using hairspray, when you spray it, it's not just going straight to your hair. It's not like a magnet. It's going to get all over your bathroom. Over time it'll build up a little bit, and whoops...if you find it hard to get off, you can use rubbing alcohol to remove it. If it's on your mirror on your counter tops or even your your curling iron. Just grab a paper towel and some rubbing alcohol and use this to rub the hairspray off. Usually an all purpose cleaner or regular bathroom cleaner will clean any surface in your bathroom. Sometimes anything sticky are a little more difficult to remove. So in that case, with hairspray, at least you want to use rubbing alcohol. After you clean it with the rubbing alcohol, you may want to leave a little bit of better, you know, a little better smell in your bathroom. So just go over it with an all purpose cleaner to eliminate that really harsh alcohol smell. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you remove hairspray residue.