Paint stain

Paint stain

Latex paint stains on washable fabrics can be removed with soap and water. Important, to wash off the stain, before it dries.
Any latex paint on the carpet must be scraped off as soon as possible. Moisten the place with a detergent solution - 1 teaspoon (5 ml) on 1 a glass (250 ml) water, drying on a regular basis. Wash off with clean ones, damp cloths, to remove detergent residues (do not rub). Then apply a dry cleaning fluid, trying not to wet the carpet backing. You may need to call a repairman.

Oil paint. You must act immediately. Stare, dried stains are sometimes irremovable. There is often a hint on the paint label, which thinner to use. It is usually very effective. However, a test must be performed beforehand, whether it will damage the fabric.
If you need to buy an expensive preparation, better not to delay and take the clothes to dry cleaning. It is worth attaching a piece of paper with the name of the paint to the clothing, with which she was stained.
Turpentine is a good thinner for paints. The fabric should be spread on a thick backing of cloths or napkins, stain down and moisten on the left side, so that the dissolved paint soaks into the primer. Turpentine is applied, tapping with a nylon toothbrush soaked in it. (Do not use turpentine on a fabric called arnel).
When the foundation stops discolouring, in a cleared place, still wet with turpentine, you need to rub the detergent. Pour hot water over it and leave it on 10-12 hours. Then wash it, then wash as usual.

Soluble paints in water can be rinsed from the fabric, just like with brushes. The stain is rubbed with detergent, obstructs, rinses under running water and washes as usual.
Removing oil paints from a carpet is a job for a professional, but the carpet can be prepared, scraping off as much paint as possible with a spatula, trying not to enlarge the stain.
Then moisten the stain with a solvent or turpentine (having checked beforehand, whether they will damage the carpet). Need caution, that these substances do not get into the carpet floor; some fibers may be irreparably damaged. Immediately, dry it on a regular basis, to remove as much of the dissolved paint as possible.
Finally, moisten with dry cleaning fluid and dry alternately, until the napkins no longer get dirty, then gently moisten the fleece with a washing powder solution - 1 teaspoon (5 ml) powder on 1 a glass (250 ml) warm water. Wash off with a few clean ones, damp cloths. Smooth the fleece, let dry and vacuum.