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Get Paint Out of Clothes


If you accidentally spill paint on your shirt or pants, don't panic: We asked Carolyn Forte, director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Cleaning Lab, how to get this tricky stain out of your belongings. The most important thing she says is to treat paint stains as quickly as you can, because once the paint dries, the stain may be impossible to remove.

Another thing to keep in mind: while some materials may be able to stand up to these stain treatments, more fragile ones, like silk, may be permanently damaged. To make sure your cleaning products and method are a match with the material, spot test them first. At the first sign of color bleeding or fading, stop what you're doing and accept the sad fate of your garment. And next time, please, oh, please, wear a smock.
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Latex or Water-Based Paint
Good news: "Fresh latex paint washes out quickly," says Forte. But if it's dry, start by scraping off excess paint. Working from the back of the fabric, vigorously flush the stain under warm running water. Mix a solution of one part dish soap, like Dawn Ultra Dishwashing Liquid Dish Soap ($2, amazon.com), to one part warm water. Sponge the stain with the detergent solution, tamping it vigorously. Rinse and repeat this process until no more paint is removed. If the stain remains, try blotting with acetone. Caution: Do not use acetone on fabrics containing acetate or triacetate — it will melt these fibers!

Oil-Based Paint
If the stain is dry, soften it by treating it with the product the paint manufacturer recommends for thinning the paint (check the paint can's label). If the paint is wet, scrape off excess, then use a clean white cloth to blot up as much paint as possible. Rinse, but don't let the fabric dry. Place the stain face down on a stack of white paper towels or cloths. Blot with turpentine, like Winsor & Newton Distilled Turpentine ($13, amazon.com). Tamp the stain to help break up the paint. Repeat, replacing the paper towels or cloth until no more paint can be removed. Treat the remaining stain with liquid hand dishwashing soap and soak overnight. Rinse well and launder. If the stain remains, treat with a prewash stain remover, like Shout Advanced Gel ($14 for a 3-pack, amazon.com), and launder again.
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