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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 »

The average cost of waste removal as of 2015 is $160 for solid waste and $50 to $100 for hazardous waste, which includes products containing mercury, latex paint and harsh chemicals. The cost of waste removal depends lar... More »

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 »

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Acrylic latex paint is a type of latex paint that contains acrylic binding ingredients. These paints dry quickly to a flexible finish that resists flaking. More »

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 bl... More »

Removing gloss paint from clothing depends on several factors, including the type of fabric and whether the paint is latex or oil-based. Using water to rinse latex paint from the underside of the fabric before the stain ... More »

To remove fabric paint from clothing, first scrape off any extra paint. Then scrub the stain with a liquid detergent and water mixture. Finally, use rubbing alcohol to remove lasting traces of paint. More »