How to Remove Crayon, Glue, and More Kid Stains
Whether it's chalk, glue, or (gulp!) gum, you can get out a pesky spot.
How to Remove Crayon StainsPlace the garment stain-side down on a stack of paper towels. Spray with WD-40 and let sit for five minutes. Flip garment over and spray again. Rinse well. Rub liquid dish soap into the stain. Rinse again. If any stain remains, apply a stick or spray stain remover and machine wash.
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