Paint Stains on Furniture Spoiling the Look of Your Home? No More!

Don’t panic the next time you spot paint stains on your furniture. Use this simple formula and get rid of them easily.


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Painting your house and giving it a new look is perhaps the best way to boost its freshness. But, there’s a flip side. No matter how hard you try, there’ll be paint stains left on your furniture, appliances or other surfaces. Getting rid of these tough stains might seem like a difficult task. However, we’ve got you covered.

Below is a simple step-by-step guide which has some simple cleaning tips that will ensure that your furniture remains stain-free!

Step1: Scrape Off Hardened Paint

Take a spoon and use it to lightly scrape off the hardened part of paint stains. If the stain doesn’t lift, don’t force it.

Step 2: Apply Olive Oil

On a clean cloth, take a few drops of olive oil. Apply it on the stained part and let it rest for 15 minutes.

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Step 3: Make a Cleaning Solution

By now the paint stain should be softened. Now, make a solution of 1 tsp. of dishwashing liquid and 2 tsp. of water.

Step 4: Use the Solution

Take a clean cloth and dip it in this solution. Dab the paint stains gently. Let it rest for about 8-10 minutes to work its magic.

Step 5: Wipe the Stains

Now, take a clean, damp sponge and wipe the paint stains. The stain should come off easily.

There you go! This step-by-step process is simple and effective. And always remember that the key to keeping the paint stain from taking hold is to treat it as soon as you see it. The sooner you tackle the stains, the easier it is to get rid of them.

Now feel free to paint your home without worrying about destroying your furniture. Happy painting!

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