Getting Gum Out Of Clothes That Have Been Laundered
Washed and dried a load of clothes with gum ,how do I get the gum out?
Bonnie from Winslow, NE Showing: Answers Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance By guest (Guest Post) Flag September 7, 2007 0 found this helpful
Try spraying WD-40 on the gum, it really works. Ruthie
By guest (Guest Post) Flag September 7, 2007 0 found this helpful
Try WD-40. Test first in an inconspicuous spot.
September 7, 2007 0 found this helpful
WD-40. Spray on scrape off gum then launder again using as hot of water as fabric will allow.
September 8, 2007 0 found this helpful
Try putting the clothing in the freezer and after that the gum should pull right out.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag September 10, 2007 0 found this helpful
Just use cooking oil(vegetable, canola etc). The oil will break down the gum as well as WD-40 and should be safe on all clothes. Make sure you scrape off all the gum then rub some dish soap into the oil spot left behind and launder in hot water.
By guest (Guest Post) Flag November 20, 2008 0 found this helpful
I just washed and dryer a blanket that had gum on it. I tried a vinegar method and it worked pretty good. The hot vinegar just pulls the gum off.
September 18, 2010 0 found this helpful
Old trick, peanut butter! It's oily and really loosens up the gum when its worked in! Great for getting it out of kids hair too!
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