Hi Julie, if you can try to scrape them off, using a metal spatula. You may find they pop right off.
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sand very lightly with fine grit paper.
It depends on type of paint. Most likely it is latex. You can use a plastic scraper to remove in most cases. If it has permeated the trim try solvent like paint thinner or fine grit sandpaper. You will have to touch up the trim after removing.
Yep I agree with the other answers light sanding and scraping should do the trick then you can paint over it :)
Definitely need to sand it until it is smooth, then paint over it.
Sanding is your answer
Sanding for sure
Hi! I soften up old drips with Goof Off and then scrape them off with a plastic scraper. Residue sponges right off. Stay safe!
I agree with Cynthia H. Use goof off the soften the drips then scrape off with a credit card. Sanding can get down to the wood finish or even the finish if your not careful.
Rub them or sand them down that's the only way! Then repaint.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.familyhandyman.com/project/avoid-and-remove-paint-drips/#:~:text=First%2C%20scrape%20the%20paint%20with,denatured%20alcohol%20(Photo%203).
Hello. I would suggest sending them flat and repainting.
Julie: lightly sand the areas and repaint
This information may help:
Lightly sand or use Citri-Strip to remove all the paint and repaint.
Hey Julie, hope this helps you out!
Hi Julie: You can use Goof Off or even WD 40. Then, use a plastic putty knife to scrape the drips away carefully. If you use mineral spirits, be aware that it might remove some of the finish that's on the wood. Good luck
You can remove paint drips with Isophoric alcohol, and a microfiber cloth or if small drips a cotton ball.
I'd use a fine sand paper and sand them down and if you need to, touch up the paint with a fine brush.
A great product to remove paint spills is Goof-Off. If you are removing paint from trim caused by spills while painting. This product will also remove dried paint too. For Trim that has been previously painted you will need a Paint Stripper. There are several products to use, but there has to be prep work. Follow manufacture's instructions.
Sand them off, then refinish
you can scrap them off carefully and resand them.
Goof Off may do the trick.