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  • Cindy Mullinax

    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.

  • My E-Mom

    How do I get gum out of my hair? First try using ice cubes by icing the gum until it is hard and then breaking it away from the hair. If that fails, use peanut butter or Vaseline by smoothing it over the gum and then combing it out.

  • Cynthia Adames

    Smart tip: Use peanut butter to remove gum in hair! Just did this with my daughter and the gum slid right out. Washed, combed and dried without so much as a memory of the gum!

  • Esther Valencia

    Frugal Living and More: Removing Gum From Hair

  • Rastadaisies

    Peanut Butter for Gum in Hair Trick! I heard of this before but I needed to show proof before my friend accepted help -_-!

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  • Misty Fink

    Peanut butter! My mom had to do it with me.. It crumbles the gum to comb out

  • Dawn Adame

    Yes, peanut butter! Slap it on, wrap in aluminum foil for an hour or so. Easy! :-)

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