Wooden flooring is contemporary, chic, and including them in your home is one of the simplest home décor ideas. It instantly lifts the overall aesthetics of your home and gives it a warm and inviting feeling. Contrary to perception, wooden flooring isn’t high maintenance.
Remove paint stains from your wooden flooring using any of the two methods given here. They are both simple and effective.
Ingredients to Keep Handy:
b) Dishwashing liquid
d) Paint remover
e) Cotton swab
f) Cotton towel
Method 1: Using Water and Dishwashing Liquid
Step 1: Check the Stain
Check the type of stain. Remember, water-based stains can be removed using water-based cleaning agents. For this method you’ll need water and some dishwashing liquid.
Step 2: Treat the Stain
Squeeze 3-4 drops of dishwashing liquid on the stained area of your wooden flooring. Scrub the area with a damp sponge. Do not use a harsh scratchpad, as it may leave unsightly scratch marks on your wooden flooring. Scrub until the stain is completely dislodged from the wooden surface.
Step 3: Wipe Clean
Wipe off the soapy solution with a damp cotton cloth. Let the area air-dry.
Method 2: Using Paint Remover
Step 1: Apply Paint Remover
Pour a few drops of the paint remover on a cotton ball and gently buff the stained area of your wooden flooring with it. Try not to get the product onto the unstained areas of your floor. Let the paint remover sit on the stain for 15 minutes.
Step 2: Clean the Remover
Once the paint remover has dried up. Use a paper towel to blot the residue liquid and give a smooth finish to your wooden flooring.
Step 3: Clean with Dishwashing Liquid
If the area appears slippery or greasy, treat it with mild dishwashing liquid. Take 1-2 drops on a slightly dampened cotton cloth and clean it. Wipe with a clean cloth.
Your wooden flooring is now stain-free.