How to Remove Adhesive from Clothing?

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To remove adhesive from clothing, you have to consider what kind of adhesive it is. If it is just an adhesive tape, you can easily strip it out from your clothing. However, if it is an adhesive substance like 'Mighty bond,' it would be difficult to remove it or it can't be removed at all unless you cut the clothing.
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To remove adhesive from clothing, place the cloth with adhesive stain on the ironing board with a paper towel over it. Next, place another piece of fabric over the paper towel and iron soiled area. Repeat as needed.
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