Use ice cubes to chill the putty making it easier to scrape away. Saturate a cotton ball with nail polish remover and blot the stained area. Repeat as needed. Rubbing alcohol is a good substitute for nail polish remover.
If you’re still having trouble removing the putty from the blanket or fabric, try dissolving it with Goo Gone or WD-40. Since Silly Putty will dissolve in a petroleum-based product, you can also use brake fluid. Rubbing alcohol will also dissolve the putty .
White vinegar is a natural solution for removing stains from carpet, fabric, and surfaces. It’s a safe and effective disinfectant and cleaner you can use all over the house—and on Silly Putty .
Position the clothes over the sink and liberally pour some rubbing alcohol over the stain. Using a paper towel or wash cloth, rub the rubbing alcohol into the putty . Immediately you should notice the Thinking Putty liquifying and moving away from the fabric.
First, rubbing alcohol is not pure isopropylalcohol; it contains other ingredients, including dye, whichcan leave a dye stain on fabric . The other waythat rubbing alcohol can leave stains is that it acts as amild bleach , as do other forms of alcohol such asvodka or isopropyl alcohol .
Make your cleaning solution: Mix warm water and vinegar in a ratio of about one-third water to about two-thirds vinegar. Apply the solution: Use a soft brush to apply the solution and brush gently to loosen it. Blot: Blot the area with a clean , white rag and repeat the process as necessary until the slime is gone.
Silly Putty will dissolve when in contact with an alcohol; after the alcohol evaporates, the material will not exhibit its original properties. If Silly Putty is submerged in warm or hot water, it will become softer and thus “melt” much faster.
Scrape off as much putty as possible. Use ice cubes to chill the putty making it easier to scrape away. Saturate a cotton ball with rubbing alcohol and blot the stained area. If stain persists, rub liquid dish soap into the stain and wash as normal.
SILLY PUTTY is made primarily from silicone and color pigments. Silicone is an oil-based product and by nature will not dry out . If Silly Putty is left out of the container over a period of several years, it may harden due to other ingredients contained in the putty .
Remove the residual Silly Putty by dabbing the cotton swab with alcohol and rubbing it over the silicone (by now, there should be only a fine layer of hardened Silly Putty on the silicone surface). Repeat this process a few times to remove all of the putty and obtain a fairly clean surface.
First, rubbing alcohol is not pure isopropyl alcohol ; it contains other ingredients, including dye, which can leave a dye stain on fabric . Denatured alcohol and isopropyl alcohol will safely remove stains from many fabrics.
Dampen paper towels with warm water and apply liquid dish soap. Use the soapy towel to work over the area in a circular motion to loosen and remove as much putty as possible. Spray residue stain with All Purpose cleaner and wipe with paper towels. Repeat as needed.
Fixing Sticky Putty Fill 2 Ziploc bags with ice cubes, then sandwich your sticky putty in between. Press both of the bags together for 1 minute so your putty can cool down and become less sticky !
Thinking Putty ® is so much more than a toy! The sensory nature of the putty makes it a great tool for relieving stress; acting as an attention aid; and assisting in physical therapy for wrists and hands. We recommend using Firm Texture Thinking Putty to get the most out of your exercises.
Use ice cubes to chill the putty making it easier to scrape away. Saturate a cotton ball with nail polish remover and blot the stained area. Repeat as needed. Rubbing alcohol is a good substitute for nail polish remover .