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How to Get Gum off of Leather?

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It's fairly difficult to remove gum from leather, but it can be done. You will need water, dish soap, and either vegetable oil or peanut butter. You should begin by scraping as much gum off the leather as you can.
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1. Apply a quarter-sized dollop of olive oil to the paper towel. 2. Use a gentle, circular, rubbing motion to apply the olive oil to the gum spot. 3. Allow the oil to sit for a few
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put affected leather in the freezer for a few hours and the gum may crack and break off while it is frozen.
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Ice cubes are always great for removing gum. Try freezing the gum on the leather and then scraping or peeling it gently. Continue to freeze and peel until all of the gum is out.
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First you will need to scrape any excess gum off using a credit card to fingernail very carefully. Dampen a cloth with water and lots of soap. Use it to wipe the leather. Wipe again
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