To get acrylic paint off of clothing, immediately blot the stain with a clean towel, then turn the garment inside-out and run it under warm water. Soak the garment in a solution of liquid detergent and warm water, and blot the stain with acetone. Launder the garment as normal.Continue Reading
As soon as you notice the paint stain, begin blotting it with a clean towel. Do not scrub the stain, as this action may spread the paint to other areas of the garment. If the paint has already dried, gently scrape as much paint as possible off of the garment using an emery board.
Flip the garment inside-out to reveal the back-side of the stain.
Run warm water over the stain to loosen the paint.
Add a few drops of dish-washing detergent to a bucket of warm water. Gently stir the mixture.
Place the garment into the bucket containing the cleaning solution.
With the garment submerged, vigorously scrub the paint stain using a soft sponge.
Remove the garment from the cleaning solution, and turn it right-side out.
Soak a cotton ball in pure acetone, and use it to blot the paint stain. Do not use acetone on acetate or triacetate fabrics, as it may melt the fibers.
Once the paint no longer transfers to the acetone-soaked cotton balls, wash and dry the garment according to the instructions on the tag.
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