We have tested several types of paint and with different drying times. We found that the drier the paint, the longer the garment should be left in the soapy water. If you remove the stain as soon as you have spilled, you will be able to remove it with the lemon soap fairly quickly and without soaking – put in warm water and rub the stain away with the soap.
If the paint stain is completely dry, follow the operating instructions below and soak for a while, from 1 hour to overnight if the stain is old. Then Lemon Soap will then dissolve it and you can easily rub it away.
If the water becomes dyed – remember to change water. Otherwise, the color can get stuck in the garment and you get a much bigger job!
Here are the types of paint we removed with great success:
– All types of acrylic interior paint– Art paint acrylic– Watercolor paint
1. Put the garment in warm water, for wool – use lukewarm water2. Rub with Lemon Soap until the stain is gone.3. Is it an old stain or an extra difficult stain – leave the garment for a few hours so that the soap works.4. Rinse the garment if the stain is gone and the garment is otherwise clean.5. Unless the stain is completely gone – put the garment in the machine without rinsing away the soap and washing as usual in a machine with Lemon Wash.
1. Spray on the stain with Lemon Cleanse. There is not so much foam that is needed.2. Rub the foam onto the stain.3. Wipe off any soap residue with a wet cloth immediately after application or rinse if possible.4. Repeat if necessary.
Tip1! Have you spilled paint on the floor? Wash the floor with Lemon Wash – rub a little extra on the stains with a wet sponge and Lemon Soap.Tip2! Have you got paint on your hands? Wash them with Lemon Soap and keep them both clean and soft.