That When You Paint Something. And The Paints On You? Here's How To Get It Off!! by Hannah Huberg - Musely
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That When You Paint Something. And The Paints On You? Here's How To Get It Off!!

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08/03/2014
  • Any kind of "oil" will work. Olive oil, corn oil etc..
    Any kind of "oil" will work. Olive oil, corn oil etc..
  • Apply the oil to the paint spot and rub it into the area, causing the oil to go underneath the paint and clear it out!!! I like to rub the oil in for a longer time, this making the spot super soft! 👶 Like a baby's bottom! ^.^
    Apply the oil to the paint spot and rub it into the area, causing the oil to go underneath the paint and clear it out!!! I like to rub the oil in for a longer time, this making the spot super soft! 👶 Like a baby's bottom! ^.^
  • Once all of the oil is rinsed off, grab a bar of soap, (I prefer foam soap) and lather it up and get it over where the oil was to cleanse the area. Once that's done rinse off the excess soap and dry your hands. The paint should have dissapeared!! If not repeat the exact same process.
    Once all of the oil is rinsed off, grab a bar of soap, (I prefer foam soap) and lather it up and get it over where the oil was to cleanse the area. Once that's done rinse off the excess soap and dry your hands. The paint should have dissapeared!! If not repeat the exact same process.
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