We have all been victims of gum (or chewing gum) stuck on our clothes. There are different methods to remove gum from clothing and continue using it as if nothing had happened.
In this article, we show you how to get gum out of your clothes in the cold. You will see that it is a simple and practical method.
Take the clothing item on which the gum is stuck and put it in a plastic bag so that the gum is visible. But you have to prevent the gum from contacting the bag and sticking to it.
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Close the bag so that the cold does not enter it, and the clothes do not get wet or damp. Then put the bag in the freezer for a few hours, until the gum has completely hardened.
After the time necessary for the gum to harden, take out the bag that you previously put in the freezer and remove the garment from inside.
Take a plastic or wooden spatula and swirl the gum to remove it. The spatula does not have to be made of ice, nor do you use a knife to remove the gum because you can damage the garment.
When you have removed all the gum's remains that you had in the garment, wash it and dry it in the open air to remove any marks that may have remained.
- Another way to remove a gum stuck to a garment is by using an ice cube, which has to be put inside a plastic bag, and then the garment is put on top, leaving the gum on top without contacting the bag. Then the gum has to be stirred to remove it.
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff