Flarp is a "noise putty" that comes in its own plastic container. When pulled up and pushed back down into the container, the putty will make loud noises (that kids tend to love). The putty can also pulled out of the container and played with and molded. However, one big issue with Flarp, as with most other puttys, is that it can get into hair and be quite difficult to remove. There are a few things that you can do to remove the Flarp from anyone's hair without having to cut the hair.
Pour a 1/4 cup of hair conditioner into your hands, then work the conditioner into the hair. Focus the conditioner onto the putty and hair strands where it's stuck.
Comb through the hair very gently, using a wide-toothed comb to remove the bulk of the putty. The conditioner should help loosen the putty from the hair strands.
Hold the head of the person with Flarp in the hair over a sink or bath tub. Pour a steady stream of apple cider directly on top of the Flarp putty. This will help to dissolve the rest of the putty.
Comb through the hair using a fine-toothed comb to remove any last bits of the Flarp from the hair.
Wash the hair with shampoo and conditioner to remove the cider from the hair.
Andrea Griffith has been writing professionally since 2005. Her work has been published by the "Western Herald," Detroit WDIV, USAToday and other print, broadcast and online publications. Although she writes about a wide range of topics, her areas of expertise include fashion, beauty, technology and education. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and English from Western Michigan University.