How do you remove dried paint from linoleum?
By Pat P. from Lewiston, ID
Do you mean linoleum in classic sense, or do you mean vinyl?
If it's latex paint on vinyl, I'd spray with ordinary window cleaner, homemade works fine, and scrape with a spatula.
If it's old linoleum, I'd try scraping first with just a spatula,
and see if a toothbrush and soap and water wouldn't help on what remains.
Definitely a ditto to what Pikka wrote.
And, hello Lewiston :-) I was born there 55 years ago and remember when The Grade was still one lane each way and a real 'scrape your drawers after the drive' experience ;-) lol! Haven't lived there since I was seven but have been back many times to visit family members still there.
Goo gone works, and magic erasers work sometimes too.
How do I get black dried gloss off linoleum?
By Marv from Manchester, England
Try turpentine. Test small spot first!
How do you get spray paint off of linoleum?
Robin from Tullahoma, TN
I have had luck with removing paint from various surfaces using acetone, it comes in a can and is available in in the hardware section of the store . The stuff is very strong and powerful, so check it out on a small piece of linoleum. It may take the shine off. Most nail polish removers contain acetone you could try that too, if you have some around the house. Good luck. kelly