Removing Latex Paint from Wood Trim?

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To remove latex paint from wood trims, normally only requires warm water and dish cleansing agent, a little elbow grease as long as the stain is relatively new. If the latex paint spots have had a few days or weeks to sit on the wood, then you will need to sand the stains off using finer sanding sponge or use a putty knife to clean paint off of the top and straight areas. For old larger paint stains, take a dry shop rag and apply a little paint thinner. Wash the area with warm water and detergent soap.
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1. For new latex paint stains, fill a bucket with warm water and add a few drops of liquid dish detergent. Dip a shop rag in the solution and scrub the paint stains and droplets.
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I sand it off or just buy new wood trim.
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Goof off, you can get it just about anywhere and it works.I took paint off oak trim that looked like it had been there for many years.
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1. Buy a gel based paint stripper such as Citristrip. It is non-toxic. The benefits it gives you include the ability to work at any hour of the day, tolerable aroma, and ease of knowing
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