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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Just in Case You Were Wondering

Silly Putty will stain bedsheets when inexplicably left between the sheets of a little boys bed over night. And will cause the sheets to clump together so that the orange stain from the Silly Putty gets spread around a lot.

Not that I have personal experience with this or anything. (And Harry insists he put the silly putty away - despite the obvious evidence to the contrary)

Sigh.

7 comments:

Barb, sfo said...

Oh my....
Time to tie-dye those sheets?

PJ Hoover said...

I loved silly putty! Of course that was back when I used to get the newspaper.
I guess it would work on comic books.

Christine M said...

Barb - they are Charlie Brown sheets - not sure if tie-dye would work with that. But it's a good idea.

PJ - he doesn't even use it on the comics. He just makes it into balls and watches it spread over things over a period of time (of course he doesn't stand there and watch it - that would mean he'd have to stay still - he goes back to check on it)

The offending Silly Putty has been disposed of. Though I still can't get it all out of his rug. Sigh.

Alice Gunther said...

Argh. Wish I didn't already know this first hand!

Christine M said...

Alice - I feel your pain. :)

Ellen said...

It remimnds me of the comic "The Family Circus" when they show the kids being asked who did various "things" around the house and they are always accompanied by a little ghost named "Not me!"

kkolshorn said...

Chris I went on a site and they said to get it out of carpet mix goo gone with dawn and use the mixture.