How to Clean Paint off Clothes?

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You can clean paint off clothes with hair spray, yes hair spray LOL. Spray the painted area until it is soaked in hairspray. Let it sit for one hour to soak. Wash the clothing in warm water until all the paint is gone. Then wash in the washing machine and your done. Follow the link below for more info on how to remove paint from clothing. lifestyle.iloveindia.com
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1. Scrape off any excess paint from the fabric. Do not rub it to remove the paint, as this just spreads the stain and works the paint in to the clothing even more. Instead, use a
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1. Rinse your palette under a sink with cool water (hot water can melt plastic) Ad. 2. Let all the extra, goopy paint that was left over from your painting session drip out of your
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soap and water should do the trick, scrub it off.
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Alcohol, hand sanitizer or hairspray are good for removing paint stains. Thanks for
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Cleaning paint of clothes can be a challenge, and to begin to tackle this task you will need to know what type of fabric the paint is on and what type of paint it is. Different types of each require different processes for removal. You must also be willing to accept defeat, paint can be one of the most difficult stains to remove from any fabric. For more information look here: Information on removing different types of paint from different fabrics. ;
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