How to Get Acrylic Paint Out of Carpet
📅 December 29, 2021•
⏱️2 min read
Did you know that chemical-based paints will damage your carpet fabrics? Also, note that dried paint will slowly remove fibers from your carpet.
Acrylic paint can, unfortunately, be hard to remove from the carpet. This is because acrylic has an oil-based formula that firmly sticks to the carpet fabric. So, you need an efficient solution or a step-by-step guide remedy that will not damage the carpet fabrics but guarantee effective outcomes.
- Dry blot the wet paint with a paper towel or cloth to remove excess paint
- Mix soap detergent with water in the ratio of 1:1
- Spray the paint-stained spot. DO NOT scrub the stain spot
- Wet bolt the stain immediately until the paint begins to vanish
- Rinse with warm water
Pro Tip: Repeat these steps if the paint is still visible on the carpet.
- Mix 1 part white vinegar with 10 parts water in a spray can
- Spray this solution on the stained spot
- Blot with a dry paper towel
- Spray the solution and continue to blot with a sponge until the paint vanishes completely
- Scrub the dried paint with a paint scraper
- Soak a microfiber cloth in alcohol
- Blot the stain with the cloth for about 20 minutes
- Repeat the steps until the paint vanishes from the carpet
- Vacuum the stained spot
Here are two stain removing products to pick if the above steps do not work.
Motsenbocker is an environmentally friendly and safe product that removes latex paint from carpet fabric and furniture upholstery. It can also remove stubborn acrylic paint efficiently.
Furthermore, this biodegradable acrylic and latex paint remover should be mixed with water and no other harsh solvents.
This product is formulated to work on other surfaces as well.
Goof Off is your trusted paint remover if you want a cleaner that eliminates dried acrylic paint.
This particular product does not have harsh chemicals that harm your carpet. It is safe for use on washable rug runners and carpets.
Also, it is easy to use. You only need to spray on the carpet and let the chemical enzymes work on the fabric. Rinse the carpet after the paint has completely absorbed the solution.
This article has looked at two natural home remedies to remove wet acrylic paint on your carpet and one solution to eliminate dry paint. However, you can use any of the two mentioned products if these three remedies do not guarantee efficient outcomes.