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By kathleen williams 05/21/2010
Things you'll need:
plastic putty knife
Step 1 Lay the fabric flat on top of a wood board.
Step 2 Apply a few drops of olive oil to the over-spray.
Step 3 Allow the olive oil to soak into the over-spray for four minutes. Scrape away the over-spray with a plastic putty knife.
Step 4 Wipe the olive oil from the fabric with a rag dampened with turpentine.
Step 5 Wash the fabric with dish-washing detergent.
Brick and cement
Step 1 Remove as much of the over-spray as possible with a pressure washer.
Step 2 Apply lacquer thinner to the over-spray.
Step 3 Scrape away the over-spray with a wire brush.
Step 4 Rinse the surface with the pressure washer.
Wood, plastic, fiberglass, or vinyl
Step 1 Apply a few drops of olive oil to a rag.
Step 2 Apply olive oil to the over-spray with the rag.
Step 3 Wrap the wide scraping-end of the plastic putty knife with a rag.
Step 4 Scrape the over-spray free using the plastic putty knife buffered with the rag.
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