Just save the trouble and stop wasting time and causing pain. Just cut it off. Don't waste time and it hurts a lot. Cut the piece off and go to the salon and they can even it out for you. Don't cut a lot just the piece. Good luck.
If you end up with gum in your hair, (this happened to me once)Get a spoonful of peanut butter and coat it onto the area of the gum in the hair. It should loosen up the gum, for an easy removal. To clean up, take a quick shower or dip your hair in the sink and wash out excess peanut butter with shampoo. I hope this helps anyone!
wd-40 will remove all types of chewing gum from all types of surfaces just saturate the gum with it and comb it out of hair or wipe it off of surface and then use dawn dish liquid to remove the oil and was or launder per instructions
WE WERE ON VACATION & MY DAUGHTER ENDED UP WITH GUM ON THE INSIDE OF HER RUNNING SHOE - THE PART OF THE SHOE THAT TOUCHES THE ANKLE. THE ONLY THING THAT I HAD, THAT STOOD A CHANCE OF WORKING, WAS NAIL POLISH REMOVER. IT WORKED AFTER I APPLIED IT SEVERAL TIMES, ALONG WITH SCRAPING. MAYBE NOT WHAT I WOULD NORMALLY USE, BUT IT DID THE TRICK.
get peanut butter rub it then come off (may vary)
after reading options on here, i used peanut oil which was the only oil available in my pantry.. with the help of a fine toothed comb it came out easily.. not much hair loss
Toothpaste makes the gum hard and easy
To separate from the hair, I haven't
Tried it on anything else but I'm sure
To remove chewing gum simply put some Eucalyptus Oil on it and rub it. It will come right off in a matter of seconds.
One thing I know is I got it off my leather seat with Avon skin so soft!!!!
just use an ice cube and it will gooooooooooooooo !