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|Try some "Goof Off" on a q-tip. Saturate the glue spot, gently rub off.||may or may not work, depending on glue and fabric used||Tuesday, November 06, 09:26:34am|
|Please test any method on a scrap of the velvet first. There are many different fiber contents of velvet and they will react differently to the chemicals. (NT)||cotton, acrylic, nylon, polyester, blends||Tuesday, November 06, 05:34:59pm|
|Try using Rubbing Alcohol AFTER testing it on a scrap of the fabric for any color or surface change: on a cotton swab, start at outer edge and roll up and out. tends to soften the glue a enough to lift off with the swab or a flat taced tweezer. Alcohol dries fast, leaves no residue but test fabrics reaction FIRST! (NT)||Anne||Saturday, December 08, 08:07:53am|
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