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Hope the stain comes out !!!

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WD-40 is what Crayola (the manufacturer) recommends. Could you put just a tiny bit of WD40 on a Q-tip and try it in a very tiny area to see if it would harm the fleece?

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How can I remove orange neon Silly Putty from a black fleece with some fringe to it? It's on a corner, and I tried ice which did get quite a bit off, but what's left is ground down into the fabric.
Is there a safe chemical to use before I wash it in the washer. The fleece came out of the car after one of the grands fell asleep with the putty in his hands last summer so it has been melted into the fabric... I don't want to make a hole or have to cut the corner off and restitch the hem...

Any ideas?

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