Just because you picked superior-quality paint from our store doesn't necessarily mean that it won't come off your clothes. There's a different method to remove each type of paint, but you'll sure have paint-free clothes in the end.
How To Get Spray Paint Out of Clothes
That little container in your hand sprays the paint out of that tiny nozzle and onto the target surface, but the spray can get to you with even a minor distraction.
- Soak up the excess paint with tissue paper or cloth gently. And make sure not to rub the colored spot, or you might help the stain stick instead of removing it.
- Apply a stain remover to the spot and rub it with a dry cloth. The pain will quickly come out.
How To Get Acrylic Paint Out of Clothes
On noticing your painted clothes, immediately follow these steps:
- First of all, change into new clothing as there's no way to adequately get rid of the paint while wearing the spotted clothes.
- Fill the spot with a tiny amount of laundry detergent.
- Now take a dry paintbrush or your old toothbrush to rub the detergent on the paint.
- Pour a little cold water onto the paint spot.
- Repeat the above four steps again and again until the stain disappears.
How To Get Oil-Based Paint Out of Clothes
- Apply a few drops of paint thinner to the stain's back. To avoid damaging your garment further, test the paint thinner on the unnoticeable part of the garment. Keep reapplying, say 4 to 5 times.
- Next, rinse the thinner
- Apply dish detergent on the spot and soak your garment in hot water and leave overnight
- Rinse the cloth once again to get rid of the detergent.