by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

has worked before! Thanks. It is my favorite skirt!


by purplex 05 Dec 2008

I know that peanut butter gets it out of hair. It is the oil in the peanut butter that gets it out. You would then have to put spray wash to get the oil out. De solve it sounds good too. Sending you a flower.

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stitchship by stitchship 06 Dec 2008

Thank you for your reply! * for you too.

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by sambsranch 05 Dec 2008

Hey Stitchship, My D-Hubby got gum on one of his bran-new shirts while sitting on air plane for 12 hrs... I took his shirt and put it in the freezer, then when it was frozen I picked off most of what I could... Then I took it to the cleaners, they got the rest out... It looks like new again... I hope this works for u... Lots of hugs + *4U

stitchship by stitchship 06 Dec 2008

That is wonderful! I have gotten most of it but It seems that most everybody likes the freezer, or the ice! Thanks for the reply! *

sambsranch by sambsranch 06 Dec 2008

U'r very welcome, *4u

by lbrow 23 Nov 2008

U've got numerous answers I hope one of them will work 4 u. *4U

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stitchship by stitchship 26 Nov 2008

Thank you!

by nurselilly 23 Nov 2008

de-solve it is the best but if u need a similar product check the isle in the supermarket that has washing powder its usually where the pre-wash sprays etc are and you should find similar products there ok good luck :) oh and ice works on articles that you cant put or fit in the freezer like carpet hehehe ( id like to see someone try that):)

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stitchship by stitchship 26 Nov 2008

Thanks I will check them out just out of curiosity.

by captiveillusions 23 Nov 2008

Well, looks like you already got some great advice here, so I'll just say, hope you get the gum out! I got some in my hair when I was young, and my mom ended up cutting it out. So sad. :(

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stitchship by stitchship 26 Nov 2008

I can imagine!

by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

I really appreciate all of the advice! I guess I will try the freezing and see if that works. I will have to explain to the family why I put my skirt in the freezer. ;) They might tease about that one...
You all have a wonderful weekend, and *4 Uall

by nglover1 22 Nov 2008

I have used Ice Cubes. They have worked for me. Good Luck A flower for you

by sueffb1 22 Nov 2008

I know peanut butter will work if gum gets into hair. But, I don't know about cloth. It might leave an oily spot. Good luck! Sue *4U & all

by clawton 22 Nov 2008

I use a product that is called De-Solv-It. I love it. But it is hard to find these days. We had to order it on line this last time. It is sort of like Goo Gone but works better.

stitchship by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

I've heard of De-Solv-It. If the freezer doesn't work, I will have give something like this a try! Thanks

stitchship by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

The name sounds familiar. If freezing doesn't work, I will have to try something different.

by asterixsew Moderator 22 Nov 2008

I too have used ice. I am pretty sure there is a chemical that will shift it. It is so annoying to get chewing gum on ANYTHING, personally I dont like the stuff. Rant over and aplogies. Hope u can get rid of it

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stitchship by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

I hope so too! *

by crafter2243 Moderator 22 Nov 2008

I used to use icecubes to get gum out of my daughters hair. That worked.

by americangirl 22 Nov 2008

Ice works very well. If you need to, turn a butter knife over and scrape off the rest. It should work. Here's hoping!

by mops Moderator 22 Nov 2008

But it in the freezer and the gum will turn hard and crumbly, works for me!

by superfroggirl 22 Nov 2008

this is a really good link!! I have tried freezing and it works well!! I think the icecube would work well too!!
Good luck i hope you can get it out!!

sewingerr by sewingerr 22 Nov 2008

thanks for the link, never been there:o)

stitchship by stitchship 22 Nov 2008

I love the link! Thanks *