Isn't that craze over yet? Eh no. Slime is still a big hit among elementary school kids. Especially if you make your own slime, of course with nice bright colors and preferably with glitter.
But not everyone is equally charmed by the mess with that snotty stuff.
Much to the dismay of many parents, it often ends up somewhere you don't want it. Such as on the carpet, on your sofa, or on the clothes. Fortunately, it is easy to remove.
How to get homemade slime out of carpet, sofa, or clothes?
Well, now I am an expert in that! So read on to find out.
First of all, don't panic. You really can get this clean. And you probably have everything you need to get rid of the homemade slime at home.
There are three different ways to do this.
Vinegar works best for getting slime out of carpets, sofas and clothes. That dissolves the slime - and the glue.
How to get homemade slime out of carpet and sofa with vinegar?
If you have slime in your clothes, vinegar also works magically.
For this, you follow the same step-by-step plan as for carpets and sofas. Only after step 2 do you rinse your garment with warm water. If there is still slime on the fabric, throw it in the washing machine, wash it on a normal cycle and your garment will be back to normal.
Another trick that often works is dish soap. How to get homemade slime out of carpet and sofa with dish soap?
To remove slime from clothes with dish soap, do the following:
There is one last way to get slime out of carpets, sofas and clothes, namely with Goo Gone goo and adhesive remover. By the way, this tip is not from myself, but from a friend. This is how she saved her child's bedding and cuddly toy.
How to get homemade slime out of carpet and sofa with goo remover?
To remove slime from clothes with goo remover, do the following:
Just a word of caution with this method; Although you can use Goo Gone goo remover on fabric, I don't know what the effect is on the color, etc. So you would do well to test this out on an inconspicuous piece.
I hope one of these methods has helped you clean your homemade slime stain. If you have any other tips that work, be sure to leave them in the comments sections!