Please assist in how to remove spray paint from wood floor
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Try rubbing it with a soft cloth dipped in rubbing alcohol.
Combine 1/4 cup lemon juice and 3/4 cup rubbing alcohol into a bowl. Dip a soft toothbrush into the mixture and begin scrubbing away as much of the paint as possible.
Scrape up more paint with a dull butter knife. Add more of the alcohol and lemon juice mixture to soften the paint. Continue applying the cleaning mixture with the toothbrush, then scraping with the butter knife until no more paint is coming off the wood.
Moisten a soft, clean rag with acetone. Rub the acetone-soaked rag over the spot to remove the rest of the paint. Switch to a clean part of the rag after each swipe to avoid reapplying the paint to the floor. Go over the area with a clean, dry rag to remove the residue.
Clean the area with a soft cloth and mineral spirits to remove any remaining traces of paint from the floor. Once all the spray paint is gone, wash the wood floor with a hardwood floor cleaner.
Hello. I would look on the spray paints can and call the manufacturer. You want to use the least offensive chemical to remove the paint and not damage the underlying existing floor. They would be able to guide you to the wisest choice of solvent to remove your spray paint.
Get the finest sandpaper! I would go to a Car repair department of supermarket etc. and buy the finest non scratch paper they sell..... Good wishes.
This video shares how to remove spray paint from wood floors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZp9tfY6klI
Goof Off is made to remove paint spatters and OOPS.
There is a lot of information here. Scroll down to see the info on spray paint!
I would use acetone, the kind you get in the hardware store. I have used it on laminate and hardwoods. Just use sparingly and in a well ventilated area.
Hi Kathleen, hope this video helps you out, should be safe for wood.
Get paint thinner on a drag and rub were the paint is
Whatever you pick, be sure to test it on the floor first in a hidden area to see how it affects the floor.