Remove chewing gum from washable clothing by freezing the garment, scraping away the gum and dissolving any remaining gum with a laundry prewash product before washing. The process requires about an hour in the freezer and gum removal, plus time for the laundry cycle.Continue Reading
Place the garment in a plastic bag, and put it in the freezer. Allow it to chill until the gum is hard and brittle. If you do not have freezer space, use an ice cube to chill the gum.
Peel away the gum from the fabric, then use a table knife or credit card to scrape away as much of the remaining gum as possible. If the gum warms and softens while scraping it away, return the garment to the freezer.
Apply a prewash stain removal solution to the spot. Work the solution into the stain to loosen any remaining stain.
Place the garment in the washing machine, and wash using the warmest water safe for the fabric. Inspect the garment for any traces of the gum or any stains before placing it in the dryer. If any gum remains, repeat the process until it is gone before drying the garment.
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