If you’ve got kids, chances are they’ll be using a water-based glue in school to complete art projects and so on. This commonly used white glue is typically very safe and non-toxic. However, it is quite runny, and does have a tendency to get everywhere – kids spill it on themselves, dip their elbows in it, and even sit in puddles of it, leaving a nice sticky stain on the back of their trousers. Even adults can struggle to avoid a spill.
Whether you have kids with stained clothing, or your own craft projects have left you with an undesirable stain, this article explaining how to remove glue from fabric is for you. It’s very simple!