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Can you wash silly putty out of clothes?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 3, 2010
    • I’m doing my stepdaughter’s laundry. Long story.

      BUT, I have dug some of my granddaughter’s clothes out of the pile that is stuck together with silly putty. I don’t want to put this through my washing machine without knowing for sure there will be no residue or damage to my new machine.

      Any thoughts?




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      Daphne wrote Jan 3, 2010
    • I imagine you’ll have better luck getting it out of clothes than i had in getting it out of the DRYER after washing and drying a wad of it.  Every item in the load was destroyed.  For a small wad of putty, it can spread itself pretty wide!  Good luck!




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      Linni wrote Jan 3, 2010
    • id go with the WD-40!
      good luck!




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      Kyah wrote Jan 3, 2010
    • I loved this stuff when I was a kid, but this might be a question for the Google search engine. I believe Lestoil or WD-40 should work on the stain. If it’s still a wad of it, you might try freezing it to get it to fall off first then try the other stuff to get the stain off.




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