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Gum can be removed from hair by thoroughly coating the area with creamy-style peanut butter or vegetable oil and leaving it in for several minutes. Massaging the area helps the oil penetrate, and a comb also makes remova... More »

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Chewing gum may be removed from hair by using household products such as olive oil. The oil will make the gum easier to remove. More »

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To get gum out of jeans, freeze the gum with ice cubes, and use a knife to scrape it off. You need ice cubes, a flat surface, a knife, washing detergent and an old toothbrush to accomplish this task. The process takes a ... More »

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While tradition holds that hair must be chopped off if it gets gum in it, in fact, it's possible to remove gum from hair by applying an oily substance and combing the gum out bit by bit. Some substances also help to diss... More »

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To wash a Brazilian hair weave, brush it, rinse it with warm water, shampoo the hair, rinse several more times, apply conditioner, wait 15 minutes, rinse, and then blow dry the weave. This process takes several hours and... More »

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Chewing gum may be removed from hair by using household products such as olive oil. The oil will make the gum easier to remove. More »

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To remove gum from hair without cutting it, start with a jar of creamy peanut butter or a bottle of olive oil. Use fingers or an old toothbrush to apply the peanut butter or oil, and completely cover and saturate the gum... More »

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