Fix latex paint drips that have dried by removing the drip, sanding the affected area, priming the wall and applying touch up paint in thin coats. Avoid paint drips by periodically stepping away from the surface when pai... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance

Removing latex paint from clothing is more complicated and time-consuming than removing acrylic paint. Many acrylic paint stains dissolve in water, but latex paint requires treatment with dish soap and commercial stain r... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

Although paint cans are not labeled with expiration dates, it is possible for latex paint to go bad. Fortunately, it is easy to tell when this happens, since the paint produces a strong and unpleasant odor. More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance
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