Removing Dried Paint from Leather Sofa

How do you remove paint from a leather chair?

By rappy from Chicago, IL


Removing Dried Paint from Leather Sofa

Take a Q-tip and dip it in nail polish remover. Shake off the excess polish remover and slowly rub the Q-tip over the paint drops that are on your leather. Have a clean damp cloth handy at the same time and after swabbing the Q-tip/nail polish remover, wipe the area off. Do "not" soak the area with nail polish remover, but instead work slowly and carefully. I did this on the leather interior of my car and it worked just fine. (07/17/2009)


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