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Removing Fly Paper Adhesive From Fabric

Help! I dropped a Sticky Fly Paper Pest Strip onto my suede pillow and pants. I was able to pull it off, but now I am left with this sticky goo on both items. Can anyone please tell me how to get this goo off of my things! Thanks.

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Bren from Washington, DC

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June 29, 20170 found this helpful

Freeze them...then pick it off...any cleaner that would remove the glue would probably ruin the fabrics. Anything hot makes the glue just get gooeier....

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June 24, 20180 found this helpful

Do u freeze the fabric wet or dry?

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March 18, 20180 found this helpful

We had an African Violet that got black gnats in it. We hung a fly strip on the sheers behind the plant. We caught a lot of gnats, but the goo from the fly strip got on the sheers. I washed them 3 times trying different products to get the goo off and nothing worked. I had a product called Goo Gone and I squirted it on the two sheer panels. I immediately dissolved the goo. This could stain your pillow so you might try lighter fluid.

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