Acrylic Remover for Dried Paint on Leather Sofa

To remove old dried up paint from my leather sofa, my husband suggested I try his Acrylic Remover and Brush Cleaner, for cleaning paintbrushes. I dabbed it on the old stains, and voila! The stains are gone and leather in perfect condition. (The olive oil didn't work very well for me.)

By Katie from Orlando, FL

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