I assume it has dried. There is a product called Goof. One for oil base and one for latex. Put it on and a wire brush should do it. A heat gun for striping paint could also be used but there is the risk of causing the stone to flake. May change the color also.
Latex paint, when it dries, may be able to be peeled off provided it hasn't been baked into the fiber.
Latex paint can be washed off of skin by scrubbing with soap and warm water.
Latex paint bodysuits are designed to be washed off easy. It is suggested that an undergarment is worn.
yes because latex paint is latex paint
you can paint over latex paint with latex enamel.
Yes, primer is what you need to put on in order to put latex paint over the oil paint. Latex primer is fine, but if you put latex paint directly on it will peel off.
With a little alcohol on a cloth, over your finger. Rub it - if color or paint comes off in any way, it's latex or acrylic paint (to be painted over with acrylic or acrylic latex paint).
Enamel paint can only be mixed with latex paint if the latex paint also has enamel in it. If the latex paint is oil based then it can not be mixed with enamel paint.
Answer: You can, but it will peel off. It needs to be lightly sanded.
You can use a product that is called Goof Off to get latex paint off of vinyl siding. You cannot use paint thinner or abrasives because they can scar or damage the siding.
I found out that Rubbing alcohol will remove dried latex paint on hard wood floors.
Advantages of Latex PaintAdvantages of Enamel PaintLatex paint is much easier to clean. Most marks will come right off with soap and water or a basic household cleaner.Enamel paint is able to withstand much more damage than latex paint.Internet source:url: http://www.ehow.com/facts_4814106_difference-between-enamel-latex-paint.html
Can you restate your question are you asking what is the latex paint or are you asking when was the invention of the latex paint.
scrape off the lacquer paint first. by means of sand paper #100-140 before applying the latex paint
Paint thinner made for oil based paint will ruin latex paint. You can thin latex paint with water or flotrol.
No, latex paint is not considered hazardous.
You can not put oil paint over latex paint. Oil is a rigid coating and latex is a flexible coating. When you put a rigid coating over something that is flexible the rigid coating cracks off.
You should never paint an oil based paint over a latex paint. Oil based paints are meant to absorb and dry into the surface. If you were to paint an oil based paint over a latex based paint it would simply dry and flake off. For more information on when to use a latex or oil based paint please see the following article. http://www.ehow.com/how_4713170_between-latex-oil-base-paint.html
You will ruin the latex paint. Latex paint is thinned with water. Paint thinner is for oil-based paints.
Yes, you can paint over latex with epoxy.
If it is vinyl tile and it's latex paint, rubbing alcohol will remove it. If it is a ceramic or porcelain tile, you can carefully scrape it off or if it is also latex paint, the same thing,,,alcohol will remove it.
Yes you can after the latex paint has cured.
The walls weren't sanded first and it's probably oil paint underneath. Latex can't go over oil paint.