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Washers and Dryers > Gum

Cutex Nail Polish Remover. To clean chewing gum from clothes, saturate a cotton ball with Cutex Nail Polish Remover and use it to dab the gum. The acetone in the nail polish remover dissolves the adhesives in the chewing gum. (Be sure to test an inconspicuous spot on the clothing to make certain the fabric is colorfast.)

Jif Peanut Butter. If you forgot to check your kidsí pockets and wind up with chewing gum melted all over the inside of the clothes dryer, use a dab of Jif Peanut Butter (creamy, not chunky] to remove the gum from inside walls of the clothes dryer drum.

Jif Peanut Butter. To remove chewing gum from clothes, rub a dab of Jif Peanut Butter over the spot, let sit for a few min utes, and then work out the gum with a comb. The oils in the peanut butter dissolve the gums in the chewing gum.

Noxzema Deep Cleansing Cream. Rub a dollop of Noxzema Deep Cleansing Cream into chewing gum stuck in clothes, let sit for a few minutes, and then work out the gum with a comb, The cold cream dissolves the gums in the chewing gum.

WD-40. To get chewing gum out of clothes, spray WD-40 on the spot, wait a few minutes, and wipe clean. The petroleum distillates in the WD-40 dissolve the gums in the chewing gum. Then launder as usual.

 

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