How to remove the dried glue from clothes?
Often, when doing the repair or working with glue in the workplace, we come across the fact that some adhesives have a property of damaging the personal protective equipment, working clothes, hands, tools and other objects that are in close proximity to the source of the work being done. Fortunately, we know how to remove the glue from fabrics and other surfaces and we will discuss this in the article.
How to remove a PVA stain from different substrates?
No matter how large the size of the contamination or stain, it is necessary to start to withdraw it as quickly as possible, until it is dried. If you do not have an opportunity to clean up it quickly, then we will tell you how to remove properly adhesive stains from a variety of surfaces, objects and textures.
- How to remove a fresh PVA stain? Due to the fact that the polyvinyl acetate glue is water-soluble, it can be easily removed with water. If during the work you found a fresh stain on your clothes or tools, just wet it with warm water, then thoroughly wipe and rinse under running water.
- How to wipe off glue from clothes and other textiles, if it has caught? Sometimes it is hard enough to remove glue from fabric, since it has already absorbed the fibers, and to get rid of it as simply as in the first variant, is impossible. Therefore, we offer you several ways to remove contaminants:
- Use any available solvent or vinegar. Moisten a cotton or cotton swab and attach to the spot and then rub it with a damp cloth or sponge to remove the glue residues. Be extremely careful when using this method on colored clothing or painted surfaces, as the means can corrode the paint, resulting in a noticeable stain on the clothing! We recommend you to try this method first in an inconspicuous area to check whether the solution will affect the color or texture of the surface and only then proceed to clean.
- Another method of removing stains is frost. It is as effective as the other methods listed in this article. You just put a thing in the freezer for a while, and then it's easy to remove the glue.
- To remove PVA glue from clothes, steam from the iron can be used. First, warm it up, and then direct the jet of steam straight to the spot and after the stain becomes soft, you can easily remove it with a damp cloth or napkin.
- And finally, you can use just a wet rag (do not squeeze hard), attaching it to the dirt. After a while, the glue stain will get wet, and you can remove it in the same way as in the previous alternative.
All of the above ways of how to remove glue traces are proven and effective. We hope that they will help you and your clothes or products will last for a long time.