Leave it to dry completely (I think it cooks solid if you use hot water), and then scrunch up the clothes, scrub the fabric against itself and scrub them with a stiff dry brush.After that, a cool wash in the machine should get rid of what's left, although light clothes may suffer permanent stains.
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It happened to you? L
It happens to everybody with children at some point.As I recall, though, I sat on some at a friend's house, didn't have a washing machine handy, so I just sort of crumbled it out of the fabric when it dried, like getting mud out of your socks when you go walking.
Plasticine is worse though... L
why on earth do we need our searches secure when the only enitity we'd worry about knowing what our queries are...is already google? :D
Up to you. I'm running a plugin which attempts to use https: on any site which supports it -- on general purposes, and because that plugin protects against a particular exploit. If you'd _prefer_ to use the standard HTTP site, you should veel free to do so -- but if I'm answering the question by cut-and-pasting my successful search, I'm not going to make a special effort to edit it back down.
Feel free, not veel free... apparently I got my tingers fangled.
I just thought it was hilarious ;)