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How Can I Remove Emulsion Paint from Furniture?

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To remove emulsion paint from furniture involves using a hot air gun and a paint scraper. Heat up a small area at a time to soften the emulsion and scrape. Once you have lifted a small area, you can get your scraper in and the paint comes off right down to the bottom layer in one go.
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Separate colored items from unstained items,wash multi-colored items by hand or in a washing machine without bleach,you should check again for coloring,dry items as usual and consider dying the items again to a more desirable color
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1. Dampen a sponge with cold water, and dab the spots of emulsion paint to remove as much as possible; the sooner the stain is treated, the easier it will be to remove. 2. Fill a
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Make a strong solution out of dishwasher tablets or powder and keep dabbing it on and working at it with a scrubbing brush. Rinse off. Beware dishwasher powder is the strongest cleaning
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Time & keeping the windows open is about it. You can put fans in the room & it might help. The paint may be dry, but it also has to cure & it could take a couple of weeks
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1. Prepare the area by placing a drop cloth on the floor. This
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