How do you remove paint from linoleum?


There are several ways of how to remove paint from linoleum depending on the type of paint being removed. If the paint is latex, a mixture of dish soap and water will work when poured over linoleum and allowed to sit for some time and then the linoleum scrubbed. For oil paint the surface has to be scrubbed harder. You can also use citrus cleaner following the same procedure or denatured alcohol or just scrapping with a sharp metal spatula.
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1. Obtain a decent sized eraser that you can hold comfortable in your fingers. Ad. 2. Kneel down next to the linoleum and use the eraser to rub along the skid mark. 3. Continue rubbing
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How to Remove Paint From Linoleum
No matter how careful you are when painting walls, there's always a chance that some paint will get on the floor. When paint gets on a linoleum floor, you can wipe it up -- if you catch it right away. But if you don't notice it until later, you'll have... More »
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