Our clothes and clothes for our children often suffer from oil paint, especially in spring and early summer when the parks and backyards of houses painted benches and fences. Remove such stains from clothing can be yourself. The key is to remember that the sooner you take for removing stains, the better. If you spot a fresh (within 1-3 hours) may be normal wash soap, then the next day the same spot will show gasoline, turpentine or other organic solvents. To remove fresh stains from oil paint, wipe its cotton swab moistened with turpentine, acetone, or kerosene, and then with ammonia until the stain disappears. Be careful – Ammonia can change the color of the product and acetone "contraindicated" for many synthetic fabrics. Get rid of the stains of oil paint on clothes can also use the refined gasoline (sold in hardware stores). When using a crude gasoline around the spot is often formed "halo", which disappears only after dry cleaning.
After processing, the product must be thoroughly washed with warm water. Do not put clothes smelling gasoline in the washing machine – otherwise things will get all this seductive aroma:) Do not worry if you can not just get rid of the smell of gasoline – leave product ventilated (for example, on the balcony) and the smell will disappear. Fresh stains of oil paint with a wool suit coat or can be removed by wiping it with a cotton swab moistened lightly with sunflower oil. If the paint has hardened, carefully remove the peel with a knife, not damaging the tissue. Then clean the spot with gasoline, turpentine or acetone, repeatedly wiping a cotton swab with the solvent. Old stains of oil paint easier to remove if you soak them with turpentine, to wait until the paint softened, and then clean off her strong solution of baking soda. Note: gasoline, turpentine, alcohol, acetone and stain removers with their contents are flammable, volatile and poisonous. Need to use them in ventilated areas, observing precautions. Keep solvents should be in a bubble with a tight-fitting cork out of reach of children.