Flarp Stains on Clothing?

April 20, 2011

How do you remove noise putty from clothes?

By Holly from Syracuse, NY



March 15, 20155 found this helpful
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My grandson fell asleep on top of a bottle of Flarp, and his body heat made it expand, and it got all over my couch cushion,( I removed the cushion cover) quilt, and a fuzzy animal blanket, and his nite shit. I soaked all of the spots with white vinegar, for a few minutes, and then used an abrasive scrubber pad and it all rubbed off. Then I washed them all in a heavy duty load with cold water, and you can't even tell the explosion happened.

** TIP on putting the cushion cover back on your cushion; cover the cushion with a piece of cotton fabric, like an old sheet.(make sure it is just one layer of fabric) Then the cover will just slide right on.

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September 14, 20164 found this helpful
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Noise putty is sold as Flarp. When you squish it in its container it makes the sound of someone passing gas so it is popular with kids who enjoy bathroom humor. My granddaughter's navy blue school uniform shirt is soaking in vinegar now.


I am hoping that it works as well for me as it did for others. I can understand how the language "noise putty" would seem strange to anyone unfamiliar with the product! :-)

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October 14, 20190 found this helpful
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Granddaughter had 1/4" of harden "flarp" in the entire bottom of her new book bag...I found it when cleaning it out.

I used Spray&Wash and let it set a couple minutes... rinsed with warm water, then dried it....It is brand new again!

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June 22, 20200 found this helpful
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My granddaughter got a huge blob of Flarp noise putty on a white bath towel. I applied ice and scrubbed with a brush. Then soaked the stain in white vinegar and scrubbed more. Rinsed under warm running water.


Stain was almost gone. I pretreated with detergent, then soaked. Put through wash cycle with bleach, stain seems gone. Air dry, don't put in dryer.

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