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  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Marla Judy

    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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