Removing Dried Paint from Clothing

I had my favorite white t-shirt on and I got some blue paint on my collar. I then by mistake put it with the laundry and I'm not too sure how to get it off, does anybody know how? Thanks.


By William

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April 9, 20120 found this helpful
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Normally everyone will tell you it can not be taken out and for the most part that is the way it is, except for this one little product that has been around for over one hundred years. It is called," Sav-a-Brush" made by Red Devil Paint. It is no longer sold in stores and must be ordered directly.

It is a powder you add to water and soak your clothes in. Made for painters when throwing away drop cloths or painter's overalls were just plain not done. It costs about $2.99 Order at Red Devil or call 1 800-423-3845 ext 3036

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January 21, 20140 found this helpful

Pour baking soda directly on the paint then vinegar and wait until it stops fizzing and them pour dawn on the paint and scrub with a toothbrush.

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