Remove chewing gum from carpet by placing an ice cube in a resealable bag, holding the ice on the gum to freeze it and then gently scraping the gum from the carpet with a butter knife. Remove any remaining gum bits with ... More »

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Remove gum from carpet by using either heat from a hair dryer or cold from ice cubes. Cleaning solvents also help to remove the gum from carpet fibers. More »

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Baking soda is effective in removing gum stains from fabrics and clothes. It is an eco-friendly stain and odor remover that does not damage fabrics. Remove the gum from the fabric first before using baking soda paste. More »

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Some home remedies for removing chewing gum include wrapping an ice cube in a rag and applying it to the chewing gum. People can also rub cooking oil, peanut butter or mayonnaise on gum and gently work it free. More »

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To remove chewing gum from leather, use a flat metal object, preferably a blunt knife or the edge of a spoon, to scrub the stain. You need lukewarm water, a clean piece of cloth and soap before beginning this process. More »

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One of the most common methods of removing chewing gum from upholstery involves freezing the chewing gum before scraping it off from the fabric. Specialized cleaning solutions are also available, such those sold as aeros... More »

To get gum out of carpet, start by putting several ice cubes in a Ziploc bag. Seal the bag and place it over the gum. After about 10 minutes, the gum hardens. Carefully break it out of the carpet. More »

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