Paint Stain Removal Tips
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Read paint stain removal tips and tricks, and share some of your own, to figure out how to remove paint stains off various surfaces in and around your home.

I've already collected several tips about removing certain types of paint from clothing, and even a tip about removing graffiti.

Of course, different types of paint have different ingredients, so they will respond differently to various treatments, so remember this when trying out the tips for yourself.

In addition, if you think a good tip is missing, you can skip down here to submit it now.

Here are the tips submitted so far:

share your stain removal tip here
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acrylic paint
Remove Acrylic Type With Rubbing Alcohol
dripping paint
Remove Oil-Based Type From Carpet With Acetone
paint on carpet
How To Remove With Home Carpet Cleaner

yellow paint in can
Cleaning From Carpet {Video}
paint brush and can
Get Latex Type Out Of Carpet {Video}
carbona stain devil #1
Carbona Stain Devil #1 For Clothes
biz and oxiclean
Biz & Oxiclean Presoak For Clothing

wisk laundry detergent
Wisk Detergent As Pretreater For Finger Paint
mr clean magic eraser
Magic Eraser For Paint Markers From Furniture & Appliances
Zout stain remover
I Used Zout & Elbow Grease For Carpet
Goo Gone Spot & Stain Remover
Goo Gone Spot Remover {For Child's Thick Tights}

Lestoil Removed Oil-Based Type From Clothes
paint brushes and oil paint
Fels Naptha To Clean Oil Paint Brush Bristles
baby wipes
Use Baby Wipes For Quick Clean Up Of Drips

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paint stain removal

You can get a variety of types of paint stains on a variety of surfaces in a variety of ways.

To know how to remove paint stains you must know what type of paint it was, such as acrylic paint, water-based paint, oil-based paint, etc., and the surface the paint spilled on, such as glass, walls, carpet, clothes, hands, etc.

In fact, there are so many variations I cannot possibly give tips and advice on how to remove all those different types of stains.

That is where you come in. You can share your tips for how to remove paint stains below so we can all learn from you, and get rid of those paint spills and splatters.

Do You Have A Paint Stain Removal Tip?

When paint spills or drips on something like your clothes, carpet, upholstery, walls, floors, or anything else in your home, how do you successfully remove those paint stains?

Feel free to explain your paint stain removal method, and any laundry supplies, stain removers or paint removers that work for you.

In addition, please tell us what hasn't worked for you, so we can all avoid pitfalls in the stain removal process.

Submitted Paint Stain Removal Tips

Click the links below to see paint stain removal tips already submitted by others.

Feel free to comment on any of these submissions, to tell us whether you had a similar experience or not.

Removing Paint From Carpet: Tips & Home Remedies 
Below I've gathered tips for removing paint from carpet, including both reader submissions and some videos from around the web. I will be honest with …

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