Solvents to Remove Acrylic Paint?


Acrylic paint is hard to get off of most surfaces. There are five solvents that work to remove acryllic paint easily. Those include lacquer thinner, rubbing alcohol, ammonia, acetone, and denatured alcohol. The safest thing to use is rubbing alcohol. Acetone is good for removing paint from skin and non-plastic surfaces. Lacquer thinner should be used in an open area where flames are non-existent since it is flammable. Denatured alcohol should be used on a slighly damp cloth to prevent combustion.
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Try d-limonene - although it isn't as environmentally friendly as people make it out - its the best of a bad bunch - have no luck mix it with turps and detergent and leave to soak.
1. Press a rag onto the area containing the paint solvent. Soak up as much liquid residue as possible. Place the rags off to the side or discard them. 2. Pour a quarter-size amount
1. Soak a cotton ball with rubbing alcohol. Get it completely saturated - there's no need to worry about using too much. You can also soak a paper towel if you don't have cotton balls
You can use rubbing alcohol or vodka to remove acrylic paint from surfaces. Thanks for
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