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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.)

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By Katie from Orlando, FL

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