As we painted our home there are some Mate Enamel paint spots left on the tiled floor. Kindly guide me how to remove such undesired spots.
I tried some acid but the spots still remain. How to remove these spots properly?
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I'd let it dry fully (however long the can says) then remove it mechanically (use a sharp knife or scalpel under the edge) to remove most of the paint and then a mild abrasive cleaner, like one of those sponges with the green scrubbing material on one side, on the rest
The normal method to remove paint of most kinds is to use turpentine, kerosene, white spirit. Try those, leave it a few minutes, wipe off.
Someone once told me that Baby oil will soften dried enamel paint and lift it off to the point where a plastic dish scouring pad lightly applied will remove it from the floor. I believe cooking oil will work as well. I believe the reason for this is because the paint is oil based.