As a youth, I didn’t know how to sew. On my Boy Scout uniforms, I got by with the use of a hot glue gun to put patches on my uniforms.
Well, I’m jumping back into Scouting, but the hot glue won’t cut it anymore. I want to keep all of my hometown patches (which, in some cases haven’t been issued in 20 years), but they’re all layered with hot glue on the backside.
Do you guys know of any way to remove the caked-up hot glue from fabric, without marring or destroying said fabric? Any . . . and I mean any help’d be much obliged.
Troop 31, Ramsey.