How Do You Get Silly Putty out of a Blanket?

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To get Silly Putty out of a blanket, you should freeze the silly putty with an ice cube. Once the putty is frozen, you can scrape it off with a dull knife.
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1. Place the blanket on a flat surface with the Silly Putty stain facing up. 2. Scrape away as much of the Silly Putty as you can with a butter knife. 3. Saturate the area with a
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You need to freeze the blanket and the silly putty will loose its stickiness and pull off in little pieces. You can try ice on it too, but freezing the whole blanket will work better
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Silly Putty was introduced back in 1950 and was invented accidentally. An inventor named James Wright was trying to come up with a synthetic form of rubber and ended up with what
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Try freezing it and then breaking it into pieces to remove it. You can use canned air to freeze or just stuff it in the freezer for a few hours.
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