Removing Dried Paint from Leather Sofa

How do I take oil base paint off a leather sofa?

By Steve from Findlay, OH



January 11, 20110 found this helpful

I used hand sanitizer on my sofa to remove the paint spatter. I dabbed it on the paint and let it soak in a little. I then used the side if a spoon to scrape it off. After all the paint was gone I rubbed the areas with a little petroleum jelly. It worked great for me.

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