Scratches on the back of the nail photo

Soiled skirt. Fabric blue in a thin white strip. If anyone knows what to remove, please tell me.

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[4257165357] – September 10, 2008, 11:38

what color paint? ))) in theory, is washed in a simple washing machine. You can soak in the basin and pens

[4293397569] – September 10, 2008, 12:46

Thank. The paint is pink, there is a little – 2 small spots.

[2535407294] – November 18, 2009, 02:53

[2055741430] – March 15, 2010, 11:04

brew boiling water, put on the spots, then rub households. soap, leave it for 20 minutes, then you can throw it in the washing machine, or rub it with a coarse brush.

[1434978077] – August 9, 2010, 12:26

Hello! Very good acrylic pigment washes Vanish! just shine. I drew a very detailed picture on a T-shirt, of course a thought was spinning in my head .. but wouldn’t it wash out ?, the answer didn’t take long to wait, during the heat treatment to fix the acrylic, the film itself remained in place, and the yellow pigment (probably he is the most caustic) printed on a T-shirt back,

[2813932394] – May 1, 2011, 17:14

Very good acrylic pigment washes Vanish!

just shine. I drew a very detailed picture on a T-shirt, of course a thought was spinning in my head .. but wouldn’t it wash out ?, the answer didn’t take long to wait, during the heat treatment to fix the acrylic, the film itself remained in place, and the yellow pigment (probably he is the most caustic) printed on a T-shirt back,

from the paint on the playgrounds helps white spirit; sunflower oil, then wash

good luck to all. and cleanliness)))

LITTLE COLLEGE, IS NOT TAKEN OFF BY YOUR VANISH ACRYL.

[3230487793] – June 23, 2011, 2:27 pm

ACRYLIC DOES NOT RETRIEVE IN WATER, DONUTS

Read the advice of knowledgeable ***!

[1200566598] – June 24, 2011, 16:52

from personal experience (doing fabric painting): acrylic paint can only be washed off until it is dry. then everything is useless.

[3652894983] – October 13, 2011, 06:56

Scratches on the back of the nail photo

Read the advice of knowledgeable, JAMLO!

yes really because acrylic is not washed with water. it paints specifically for fabrics, and just because they do not appear!

[2168871763] – November 18, 2011, 11:47

TRIED OUR HELP. EVEN BLACK SPOTS ON WHITE FABRICS HANDS OUT. But maybe it depends on the type of fabric too!

[31459462] – March 28, 2012 12:59

what to do (I painted with acrylic paints, left the jar on the table and did not leave the house for a long time. And when I came to see what kind of pogrom my sabbak arranged, she dragged all my things and tipped the jar on the T-shirt. T-shirt cotton and synthetic Withered is very necessary, T-shirt is expensive (((((thanks in advance)) *** By the way, Vanish does not help ((((((((((

[2643200892] – May 23, 2012, 19:41

acrylic does not wash out

Scratches on the back of the nail photo

[2643200892] – May 23, 2012, 19:53

Vanish without water, just super

[12466508] – June 1, 2012, 19:32

There is info [url = http: //

[2257198699] – June 17, 2012, 6:42 pm

just checked

[1235668867] – June 21, 2012 01:22

Melting ter hard brush, all wiped off

[1972130959] – August 16, 2012, 13:13

Acrylic paint is removed with window cleaner!

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[1251544699] – October 27, 2012, 20:24

my daughter in art class has soiled a white blouse with acrylic paint, I decided if the blouse is spoiled. what bothers me to experiment with it? She took a nail polish remover (soft, perfumed), a cotton pad and gently rubbed it, put a white sheet of paper under her blouse. The spot was small and faded. I wish you all good luck.

[771244935] – December 21, 2012, 2:03 pm

acrylic on a watery basis, until the paint is dry, to really wipe it off with water, I know from experience.

[1385391399] – December 24, 2012, 04:18

Jeans slapped with acrylic, in a typewriter did not wash for 2 hours per gram. The paint has already dried and polymerized. So it does not wash off with water, unless it is still wet.

[2785455291] – January 19, 2013, 21:16

AMWAY ZOOM helped very well to remove the old spot))

[1766626800] – February 11, 2013, 07:28

Boys and girls, liquid for washing mirrors and glasses really helps! It at least dissolves the already dried acrylic paint. I have tormented my pants pretty much – gasoline, nail polish remover, thinner (the worst thing is to never try to erase the paint will only get worse.) For acrylic paint. I thought it was hopeless, but I sprayed the glass cleaner and, as a miracle, the paint began to dissolve, rub the rough brush and voila. Now erasing in a typewriter let’s see what happens. Of course, the sooner the better, no one has canceled! I have been torturing my pants for a week now, they are dark gray and the paint is white, I’m afraid the marks will still remain, but now I know how you can wash off the acryl stain even if it is dried up!

[1766626800] – February 11, 2013, 07:30

Thank you Julie and Julia.

[596183715] – February 25, 2013, 3:34 pm

there is a liquid to remove

[4171148301] – March 15, 2013, 15:50

my daughter in art class has soiled a white blouse with acrylic paint, I decided if the blouse is spoiled. what bothers me to experiment with it? She took a nail polish remover (soft, perfumed), a cotton pad and gently rubbed it, put a white sheet of paper under her blouse. The spot was small and faded. I wish you all good luck.

Thank you very much. There was a dried spot on the pantyhose of the daughter, not from the 1st time, but the green acrylic paint from the pink pantyhose was gone and did not leave even a trace.

[1091561901] – April 6, 2013, 16:55

I removed a rather large pattern with a denim thinner for acrylic (Acrylic Binder Thinner of the Olki brand), scrubbed the remnants of Vanish, and walked once with a brush with Antipyat soap. No traces remained, the fabric did not deteriorate, did not fade. The work was quite painstaking, but that’s how I did it. 1. put a thin layer of thinner-binder with a cotton swab, held it for half a minute, and gently cleaned it with a cotton swab. So a couple of times. But do not forget, these are jeans, as if to say, not perfectly even. For cotton, I think one time is enough. 2. Then, just applied the wand to the wand, I wiped it with a damp cotton pad and wiped it with a sponge, but it foams very much, but I shouldn’t have enough of the rest of the drawing. 3. dabbed with hot water and brushed soaped to scrub the residue between the fibers. Everything, not a trace or scratch :) I wish good luck!

[1852935718] – April 8, 2013, 11:52

I read all the tips and went to try-stains are really old (light blue on a dark brown knitwear) The simplest and at hand is a window cleaner. Splattered them stain, left for 7-10 minutes and everything turned out. The paint has softened, I brush it where, where I simply shake the nail and

[4264925465] – April 27, 2013, 10:54

Girls, hello! I confirm the effectiveness of the window cleaner (took Mr. Muscle for glasses and mirrors) – wiped out the old BRIGHT YELLOW acrylic paint stains on jeans (children indulged in paints and painted jeans to each other, not knowing that acrylic paints) in 10 minutes. THANK!

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