I've had resin drip on my hardwood floor. What do I use to

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there's quite a bit on the floor,I tried to clean it up with paper towels and the paper towels are now stuck in the mess. Help!! I'm a renter!

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  • Ct1156 Ct1156 on Feb 27, 2018
    Oh Pauline, as a commtted artist, crafter and DIYer and lifelong renter, I feel you pain! Here's a list of things that should do the trick. Just remember to be prepared that if you aren't extremely careful the "cure" might do more harm than the " illness". Here's a list of removal methods


    • P auline miller P auline miller on Feb 28, 2018
      Thank you for taking the time to answer my question. I will be trying this or these methods and hope for the best.

  • Mary Beth Mary Beth on Feb 28, 2018
    I didn't look at ct1156's website but an easy solution to most oops is nail polish remover. Nine times out of ten it does no harm to the material you are cleaning, it doesn't harm our skin either, yet it is tough enough to dissolve baked on cured nail polish! Try a small area first, (sometimes the flooring is found inside a bottomless cabinet.) With a wooden floor I suggest conditioning it afterwards sometime petroleum jelly works well. Good Luck!

  • Deb K Deb K on Jan 09, 2022

    Hello, hope this helps you out, Gently rub the areas where epoxy needs to be removed with a clean, soft cloth dampened with an epoxy solvent, such as acetone. Keep the acetone in contact with the area to loosen the epoxy. Use enough acetone to soak into the surface a bit. Once done, ensure you rinse off the the residual acetone.