I don't have the perfect answer except for using a paint remover solvent. I can tell you that once a bottle of window cleaner had dumped in the back of a truck unknowingly. All the paint loosened and could be wiped right up.
How ever, I think the window cleaner may damage the woodwork.
As you didn't specific what type of paint, I will suggest old fashioned cod liver oil or tepid chicken, turkey or goose grease. Pour a little over the area of spillage, work in with a dry cloth; allow to remain there for one hour, then rub gently until the paint lifts out and then buff with a fresh dry cloth. I hope it works on the type paint that spilled and neither oil should leave any permanent residue to ordinary hardwood.
by samikhan4240 11 years ago
I want to buy hardwood flooring material. Where Should i go to buy .?
by mama_em 3 years ago
How do you clean and polish a dark hardwood floor without harsh chemicals and without damage? Tips, anyone?
by hardwood 4 years ago
can i wash a hardwood floor?i like to wash my hardwood floor with water.And it is dry quick. But i'm not sure it is right to do.
by thighhighchick 10 years ago
Let me put this in code so as not to get banned. What's better carpet or hardwood floors
by Paolo Sison 9 years ago
So my iphone got water spilled on and I turned it on, is it still savable?Well I woke up and checked my phone as normal. Turns out, I knocked a glass of water on it in my sleep and my grandma wiped the table dry without telling me. It was on a power dock (you put it in a case like thing than put it...
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What is the best window cleaner? a good alternative to Windex
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