What is chewing gum
Chewing gum or chewing gum is a gum substance known in the past by different people and civilizations, then the Americans took a commercial and financial risk also to establish chewing with the people as a behavior and a common habit among them, then they promoted it outside America and among the rest of the peoples of the earth, so people started to color their tongues with gum, especially since it tastes delicious sugar. It may be strawberry, musk, or mint flavored, and its attractive color ranges from white, pink and blue depending on the color.
It is not surprising that many talk while chewing gum, which leads to it falling on their clothes unintentionally. In fact, there are good methods that have proven effective in removing gum from clothes with ease, and we will talk about them in this article.
How do I remove gum from clothes
- Folding clothes as long as the place of the gum remains visible.
- Put the clothes in a safe plastic bag so that the gum does not stick to it, then leave the bag in the freezer for several hours, and the clothes can also be placed directly in the freezer.
- Peel the gum while it is frozen, using a blunt knife.
- Immerse the piece in boiling water, then leave it for a few minutes.
- Remove gum with a blunt knife or toothbrush.
- Let the area well, and the scientific can be repeated again.
- Place a piece of cardboard on the damaged area.
- Iron the paper over medium heat. The gum will transfer directly to the paper.
- Cover the affected area with gum with a small amount of peanut butter.
- Scrape the gum with a sharp knife, then use a stain remover to remove the oils from the butter.
- Heat a small amount of vinegar.
- Submerge your toothbrush in vinegar.
- Brush the clothes until the gum is gone.
- Spray hairspray on the gum, causing it to harden.
- Scrape the gum with a blunt knife.
- Cover the place of gum with good duct tape.
- Fingers run over the tape to ensure it sticks to the gum.
- Remove the tape, and you will notice that the gum is transferred to it and removed from the garment.
Kerosene or gasoline
- Sprinkle a little kerosene on the affected area.
- Leave the kerosene on the piece for a few minutes.
- Simply rub the piece.
- Never use flammable liquids near heat sources, sparks, or exposed electrical connections, as this leads to ignition of the entire place, and losses may reach human victims, God forbid.
- When using benzene, one must wear gloves to prevent skin contact, as benzene is a dangerous carcinogen.