Flarp Stains on Clothing?

How do you remove noise putty from clothes?

By Holly from Syracuse, NY


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April 21, 20112 found this helpful

Holly, have lake-effect blizzards robbed your brain? You not using language familiar to the rest of us. So, ha ha.

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September 14, 20164 found this helpful

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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November 21, 20162 found this helpful

Thank u, thank you I think that idea might just work!!!! :)

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October 21, 20181 found this helpful

Did the vinegar change the clothes colors ???

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December 22, 20182 found this helpful

Thank you I almost panicked when my granddaughter got it on her new outfit and my clothes as well, I put vinegar on and it rubbed right out! Vinegar=lifesaver!

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January 6, 20191 found this helpful

I got flarp putty on my clothes and I will tell you, it pretty much doesn't come off unless you wash it, so just start scraping it off with your nail, I also used an eraser, but don't rub it together with your hands.

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May 28, 20132 found this helpful

Thank you, thank you! Vinegar worked like a charm.


I didn't have white vinegar so I tried apple cider and that did the trick!

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February 3, 20181 found this helpful

Do you let it sit

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March 15, 20155 found this helpful

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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November 21, 20162 found this helpful

Thank you this will help a lot!! :)

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May 16, 20180 found this helpful

My experience was with hot pink Flarp Noise Putty on white jeans and a light blue shirt just yesterday. I haven't done anything to get it out besides scrape it off with a butter knife.


Now I'm left with BIG hot pink stains! Hence, my getting on the internet! Was your experience with a colored Flarp? Thanks for any advice.

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February 19, 20200 found this helpful

That's a great idea putting cotton fabric over the foam can make it less sticky. Just one other bit of information if you turn the cushion cover inside out thinking in reverse it's easy to put it on. This works especially well with larger pieces of upholstery covers the couch after being an upholsterer for 40 years .

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October 14, 20190 found this helpful

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

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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April 20, 2011

How do I remove Flarp from a towel/clothing?



Flarp Stains on Clothing

You could try freezing the clothing item and then scraping it off. Finish by using stain remover (if needed) and wash in warm or hot soapy water in the washer. My daughter got something like this on a flowered t-shirt material skirt and it worked for me. Good luck! (09/05/2007)


Flarp Stains on Clothing

Wow, that can be a mess. My friend had Flarp (or something exactly like it, maybe generic brand) stuck to the back seat carpet in her vehicle. Then, it dried. It was like an "almost" hard, waxy, smashed into the floor, mess. It wasn't solid, but wasn't removable by hand either.

We used "Spot Shot", and it got it right up. I was totally amazed!

Good luck.



Flarp Stains on Clothing

I make Flarp, Floam and Slime for my kids. I have found it easy to get the sticky goo out of everything by pouring white vinegar over it and letting it soak for awhile. The vinegar dissolves the goo and makes it easier to clean up. For small spots, I soak a cotton ball in vinegar and set it over the stain. Hope this helps! (10/27/2007)


By Carrie

Flarp Stains on Clothing

Vinegar works! It loosened and dissolved the Flarp to the point where I could just spray it away! Thanks so much for the brilliant comment. (12/17/2007)

By NickelX

Flarp Stains on Clothing

Try putting ice cubes in a bag and making it cold (not wet) and scraping it off. It worked for us when we got it on the couch. (12/22/2009)

By Annie

Flarp Stains on Clothing

I cannot thank you enough for the information about using vinegar on Flarp (farting noise putty). My granddaughter put some of it into her clothes and I just couldn't get it out. Logged on, found this thing about vinegar and tried it. I was amazed at how fast it dissolved the Flarp. It was a miracle and saved her clothing. Thanks again. (05/21/2010)

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