How to remove chewing gum from fabrics


If the fabric is small enough, place it-gum and all in a clean plastic bag and put the bag in your freezer. When the gum has frozen, it will lift righ up. If the fabric is too big for your freezer, use ice cubes to harden the gum until it's brittle enough to scrape off with a dull knife. Remove any remaining trace of a stain with a grease solvent (check "How to use a solvent").


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