How to Remove Enamel Paint from Clothing?


Before getting started you will need detergent, water and an old toothbrush for cleaning. Spread some of the detergent onto the enamel paint and using the toothbrush comb the area in circular motions. Repeat as needed until the paint is removed.
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How to Remove Enamel Paint From Clothing
If you've ever completed a house painting project, you were probably pleased with how good your room looked. However, you might not have been pleased with the new appearance of your clothes. No matter how careful you are, a painting job almost always... More »
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1. Squeeze several drops of liquid dish detergent onto the paint stain. 2. Rub with your fingers or by rubbing the fabric against itself. You can also scrub with an old toothbrush
Got white enmal paint on two pairs of pants. Tried washing first pair did not help . Then put paint striper on paint and left for 10 min . Then soaked stained area in turpentine .
You can remove paint from clothing by dabbing the spot with regular paint thinner or turpentine and then washing as instructed. Make sure you first test a spot that is not visible
Denatured alcohol removes very old paint so it should do the trick without harming the cloth. Ice cotton balls to rub area with product and place them on front and back soaked in
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