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Getting paint off jeans ?

smithyp1 Avatar
6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Best way to do this please?
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Thinners
#3
What kind of paint - water based or oil?
#4
wont thinners bleach clothes
#5
moob
What kind of paint - water based or oil?


white emulsion .... on dark jeans.
#6
robertkay
wont thinners bleach clothes


Lol

Won't paint ruin jeans ?
#7
smithyp1
white emulsion .... on dark jeans.


washing mashine asap
#8
burn it off, always works
1 Like #9
I got some out of OH's jeans by using washing up liquid and a nail brush and hot water, scrub hard into the weave, then pop in the washing machine, hope this helps. It worked for me. Good luck.
#10
It has been on for about a week and they have been washed twice, it has faded but you can still see it.

Will have to give them a good scrub !!

Thanks all.
#11
smithyp1
It has been on for about a week and they have been washed twice, it has faded but you can still see it.

Will have to give them a good scrub !!

Thanks all.


I'm sorry, but you'll probably find that as you've washed them already it now won't come out as the hot water will have set it. Your best option (which is a little late now) would've been to pre-treat them as someone mentioned above, or with vanish, and then put them in the washing machine, at least you'll know for next time.
#12
jamstaruk1972
washing mashine asap


Annie1508
I'm sorry, but you'll probably find that as you've washed them already it now won't come out as the hot water will have set it. Your best option (which is a little late now) would've been to pre-treat them as someone mentioned above, or with vanish, and then put them in the washing machine, at least you'll know for next time.


:cry:
#13
Paint the rest of the jeans. :w00t:
#14
Jumpingphil
Paint the rest of the jeans. :w00t:


do you think 'b&q white emulsion' jeans will look good?
#15
smithyp1
do you think 'b&q white emulsion' jeans will look good?


Maybe in the 1980's :thumbsup:

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