GUM IN HAIR: Non stick Cooking Spray (such as Pam) One way you can remove gum from hair is to spray it with a non-stick cooking spray such as Pam. A quick spritz worked into the gum will loosen it enough to be gently combed out. OR: Peanut Butter Try rubbing a dollop of peanut butter into the chewing gum – work it in well – then try combing the gum out. The oil in the peanut butter is great for dissolving the chewing gum.
Gum in Hair Removal with Lemon Essential Oil by Young Living from @Maureen Mills Spell "When 2yr. olds chew gum, they will get it in their hair. Instead of pulling out peanut butter, or the scissors, I grabbed my lemon essential oil instead. It worked great getting the gum out and smelled good too! ;) ..."
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