How to remove Playdough from furniture?

Jamie Mcbride
by Jamie Mcbride

How to get playdough off furniture

  5 answers
  • Judy Judy on Nov 04, 2018

    Let it dry theN pick it out. Doing while wet will push it into the fibers.

  • Cheryl Cheryl on Nov 04, 2018

    Magic eraser and warm water.

  • Deb K Deb K on Nov 04, 2018

    Hi Jamie, this should help

    To remove Play-Doh from carpets or fabrics, allow it to dry completely, then loosen with a stiff brush. It may be necessary to vacuum clean or also wash with gentle soap and cold water. You may need to repeat the process in order to completely remove the Play-Doh

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Nov 04, 2018

    Most playdough is oil based so it should come right off wooden furniture. Cloth would need a furniture scrub. The BEST furniture scrub is also a carpet scrub but no rinse is needed. This removed long standing stains from a glider chair we bought second hand. Folex Carpet spot remover is the best we have used, ever. It literally removed all the black on the arms and multi spill stains on the used chair. It brought it back to a new look. Hope this helps, Jamie. If oil residue is left behind it will get it out too.

  • Yenta Yenta on Nov 05, 2018

    *Use a product called Goo-Gone. It's sold everywhere, even Dollar tree. Goo-Gone releases the stickiness in loads of things. (Test it on a safe area, first)

    *Dollar Tree sells a cleaning product called Awesome. It's yellow in color. I use it on everything-without ever diluting it. That usually does will eliminating stickiness, too. (Test that, as well.)