Remove latex paint from clothes by blotting excess paint away, rinsing the garment from the back, tapping the paint with a sponge moistened with dishwashing detergent, and rinsing the garment. You must dab and rinse the ... More »

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 »

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To remove latex paint from wood trim you need clean rags, water and denatured alcohol. The process itself is fairly easy, simply add a small amount of alcohol to the rag, then rub the paint spot with firm pressure to rem... More »

Remove water-based glues from clothing by scraping off softened glue and then laundering the garment in hot water after pretreating the glued area. If the glue has already hardened, then soften it before scraping it away... More »

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To shrink clothes, wash the garment in hot water and dry with high heat. The exact method depends on the type of material of the particular piece of clothing. The timing on this project varies with how many washing and d... More »

According to Martha Stewart, Vaseline can be removed from clothing by scraping off excess petroleum jelly and pre-treating the garment with cornstarch and solvent-based laundry spray, followed by a regular wash cycle. It... More »

To get rid of Biro ink stains from your clothes, lay the stained garment on a towel, apply a small amount of liquid detergent to the stain, allow it to sit for a couple of minutes, and then rinse the garment with water a... More »