Re: Oops with the paint

"Cherie" <cedgeworthATcopper.net> wrote in message

We might. What type of paint did you use? Water, oil or other base?
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It is interior 100% acrylic latex paint, water based.
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On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 16:52:17 -0500, "Cherie" <cedgeworthATcopper.net> wrote:

removing latex paint spills and drops. Available at paint stores. I'd suggest that you try it sooner rather than later, and that you test it first on a hidden portion of the carpet.
But first try using a flat putty knife on the dried spot and see if it will just pop off. This would work only if it was a small spot and had not soaked into the fiber of the carpet.
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Fingernail polish remover with the risk of carpet fading.
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