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npkenny

11:21AM | 08/01/07
Member Since: 07/31/07
2 lifetime posts
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Does anyone know how to remove splatters of paint/primer from parquet flooring without ruining the finish?

thanks in advance,

neal

k8davis

04:50AM | 08/11/07
Member Since: 04/07/07
42 lifetime posts
I've had great success using "Goof Off" to remove my many paint spatters, smears, etc. with LATEX paint spattered on the finished woodwork, carpeting, etc. It's readily available and very inexpensive at discount department stores and DIY/home improvement stores.

You don't say what type of primer/paint you're trying to remove, or what kind of finish is on your flooring, so please be sure to try it on an unobtrusive area to make sure it doesn't "goof up" (sorry, couldn't resist the pun) your finishes.

Best of luck to you!

BV003683

01:52PM | 03/25/14
I have finished windows in gyproc already and I want to put window casing. Is it necessary to leave a reveal.

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