How to Remove Spray Paint from Plastic?

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To remove spray paint from plastic, apply a paint thinner to a clean cloth and rub the area. Continue reapplying the thinner as needed until all of the paint has been removed. The plastic surface can then be washed with warm water and detergent to remove any paint thinner residue.
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1. Wipe down the plastic surface using a dampened, clean cloth. 2. Apply lacquer thinner to a clean cloth. You can get lacquer thinner from most hardware stores. 3. Rub the spray
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Use a spray bottle & spray some acetone on it, let it sit for a little
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try using mineral spirits or acetone.
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1. Wash the clothing item with washing detergent, stain remover and fabric softener. Ad. 2. While the clothing item is still wet spray on some salt water and vinegar or lemon juice
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How to Remove Spray Paint From Plastic
Spray paint is a highly permanent type of paint that adheres itself to surfaces such as concrete, wood and metal. Plastic is a non-porous material. This makes it much easier to remove stains, including spray paint. Lacquer thinner is a blended mixture of... More »
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Getting spray paint off plastic can be tricky. You can try some hot sudsy water and scrub the paint. If this didn't help try using some alcohol and a rag.
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