How to Get Paint Out of Clothes
If you read my latest blog post you know how much I love my fun and festive t-shirts from the t-shirt subscriptions that I am a part of. What I really hate, though, is when I’m painting in those adorable t-shirts and I get paint on them.
- Rubbing Alcohol
Getting Paint Out of Clothes
This trick is so simple, all you’re going to need is rubbing alcohol, a sponge, and an old or unused toothbrush. Pour the rubbing alcohol on the paint on your clothes and then scrub it with a toothbrush or sponge. You may need to go back and forth between the sponge and the toothbrush so that you’re able to scrub the paint out of your clothes really well. Keep repeating this process until all the paint is out!
Your Next Steps
Once it’s out, just leave your clothes to dry, and then you can run them through the wash. It’s that easy, I have used this trick many times and it really works! If you’re a frequent painter, put this tip to good use.
In case you missed where I shared this example on my Facebook page, you can catch that here. I shared a post giving some tips about removing paint from your clothes. If you read the comments, you might even find some other awesome tips from our community on how to get paint out of your clothes. You’ll for sure appreciate it when it comes to saving all your clothes. Checkout this video I posted on Instagram with a few tips for getting those pesky paint spots out of clothes. I hope this helps save some of your favorite tshirts!
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