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When there is gum on clothes, I put it in a plastic bag and place it in the freezer overnight, the next day the gum is so hard that you can easily remove it with your nails with large pieces.

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Apply a big lick of peanut butter on it, give it some time and then you will be able to wipe it right off!

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If you have gum spots, put some ice cubes in a plastic bag, leave it for some time, then the gum hardens and you can take it off.

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I had a terrible gum stain in my favorite skirt. I had put him in the freezer, but he was already so far revoked this did not help. I consulted granny gives advice but didn't believe the peanut butter tip. I first tried it with butter, but that did not help. Then anyway peanut butter, worse could it not become. And you know what? All that gum stain there's just went out.

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Rub with peanut butter. Peanut butter has a dissolving action.

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Gum on your pants you just take vinegar on a cloth, and then scrub it off so, you do not have to wait all day until your pants out of the freezer can be very convenient.

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Remove gum with WD40 of the leather couch.

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