1. Scrape Off as Much Silly Putty As You Can
Gently scratch the edge of the blade against the stain to take off as much putty as possible. Put the scratched off putty aside or onto a paper towel to discard later. You need to be careful to try not to scratch it onto the rug or some other surfaces it could get stuck to.
Quit scratching once every one of the big lumps of putty has come up. Wipe your blade off a few times as you scratch the putty and try folding a fabric so the putty is on an edge to make it simpler to eliminate without possibly spreading it to different spaces of the fabric.
You could likewise utilize your fingernails to remove extra putty, however, utilizing a sharp blade keeps your hands clean.
2. Using Isopropyl
You need to do this in a kitchen or bathroom sink so the rubbing alcohol and putty will not get onto different materials. Soak the stained area with the rubbing alcohol and you would notice that the stain will begin to disintegrate and you will see it getting slimy.
Try not to utilize antiseptic ethyl rubbing alcohol as it will not function properly.
3. Putting It into a Freezer and Freezing It Overnight
You don’t need to place the stained clothing into a bag, however you absolutely can if you might want to! The freezing temperature will solidify the putty and make it shrink up into itself a tad bit, ideally making it simpler to break and peel off.
You can likewise have a go at putting an ice cube or a bag loaded up with ice directly on the stained area as opposed to freezing it overnight. The fundamental thought here is to get the putty as cold as possible to chip it off.
4. Using Hammer or the Other Hard Object to Crack Frozen Putty
This would break the stain up into smaller, simpler remove pieces. Peel the frozen pieces off of the clothing. Put the putty out of the way or onto a paper towel to discard it later. Try not to get the silly putty on different surfaces that it could get stuck to.
You might have the option to simply strip off the frozen putty without breaking it first, depending upon how little or big the stain is. Generally, breaking huge stains make them simpler to peel off in sections; if the stain is small, it might get peeled off without waiting to be broken first.