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Old 06-10-2004, 01:36 AM   #16
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The art of removal......

I use acrylics a lot. Most of the small (not on a rug) messes I make come off by soaking in a gentle soap and warm water solution and brushing it to loosen the particles. I prefer to set my easel up over the tile though, cleans easier with a scrubbiesponge...lol. Acrylics are water based and will soften if you soak them for a while, even if dried on. Don't start soaking in paint removers that they would use on brushes to remove acrylics though, if you have an acrylic yarn rug it will melt it. I don't usually keep them around because they are also known to be flammable. I did find out the other day after my brother washed my new yellow towel with a pink highlighter marker that oxyclean in the soap and water removed all of the pink residue and not the pretty light yellow color of the towel.
Fels-Naptha is an eye and skin irritant but stronger at removing grime and stains than lava > Keep Out Of Reach Of Children.
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