I have a large number of PGI 8V china clay chips, most of which came with labels. These are nice quality, thick, laminated labels, probably from @Gear Up until now, I've only removed a few at a time, which I can do pretty easily with my thumbnail. But I just finished printing off several hundred new custom labels, so I'm in the process of removing a large number at the same time. I've gotten through about 120 so far, but I've cracked my thumbnail, and have begun to cut the skin underneath my nail from the old labels. I'm wondering if there is a tool that I might use to help me finish up with the remaining 350 labels I need to remove. It would need to be very thin and flexible, as these labels were exact fit into the recess and are hard to get under to pull up. I don't think I would want to use an Exacto knife, as I'm concerned I might slip and slice a finger. Any suggestions?