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Getting paint off my Armani shirt...

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Anyone have some secret super formula to get paint of clothing items...like t-shirts, and jackets...I always have the hardest fucking time getting paint off things...or i use a marker and color over it haha...but does anyone know something crazy i dont know...like using mustard or like toothpaste mixed with gasoline? That type of shit....

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check here

 

some info...

 

Modern paints vary greatly in composition and it is not possible to give one treatment for all types. As a guide, use the solvent suggested on the paint tin label for thinning paint and cleaning brushes. Treat promptly, as set stains are very difficult to remove. If paint has dried, soften with glycerine before applying treatment.

 

For oil paint, enamels and alkyd type paints, scrape off as much as possible and soak remaining stain in turpentine, or kerosene. Then wash in usual way.

 

Latex or plastic water-base paints, e.g. Acrylic and P.V.A. will wash out easily with cold water when fresh. Remove any remaining stain with methylated spirits (wood alcohol) (test first to see that acetate fabrics are not affected). Once dry, these paints are virtually impossible to remove.

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glycerine is a generic name. Kinda like petroleum jelly is the generic name for Vaseline.

 

I bet you could get it at a drug store though. Give that a try.

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Just make sure to ask for the brand name 'Nitro'.

 

I hear Nito makes the best glycerine and most stores are really cool about selling it to you.

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Originally posted by Kilo7-

Just make sure to ask for the brand name 'Nitro'.

 

I hear Nito makes the best glycerine and most stores are really cool about selling it to you.

 

I can get it if you want it.

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Originally posted by ARCEL

that's what you get for wearing an armani shirt

 

no need to be a hater,

 

but it is odd to spill paint on your good gear.

Get some sweats or something.

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hahahha I dont know why but it's funny you have an armani shirt. anyway i hope you get it out. keep it gangster.

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Guest BIGMETALCIRCUS

try some non acetone nail polish remover. years ago right before school was starting i had just bought these new jeans as well as some german thins, which i had never used before. so, i was in my room, and got to seein how thin these new thins sprayed when i ruined my pants. i asked around about how to get the paint out, and an aunt recommended the nail polish remover, and it worked remarkably well.

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"Oops waterbased remover and cleaner" took a huge rusto black stain out of my car seat. They have it at walmart in the paint section. If they don't have that particular brand, look for something that says it removes enamel paint or nail polish (i'm assuming that you got spray paint on your ridiculously overpriced shirt). Also, glycerine is the main ingredient in most soaps.

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am i the only one thinking why the fuck was he painting in an armani shirt?

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Originally posted by ~KRYLON2~

half of my clothes are covered or have some stain from paint on it

 

haha yeah, except all of my clothes have paint on them somewhere

scumbag status

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if you got it, flaunt it.

hes flossed nicer shit while we were out before. usually he can stay clean though.

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Guest Pilau Hands
Originally posted by BIGMETALCIRCUS

an aunt recommended the nail polish remover, and it worked remarkably well.

 

yeah nail polish remover gets spraypaint off skin, surfaces whatever

Idiot has warned me though, that spraypaint and that have the same base chemicals and they could react bad and smoke and burn.....but hasnt happened to me yet

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Haha, I got paint on my Armani shirt last summer. You can barely see it, though, because it’s at the bottom.

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