It depends on the type of paint. Some will just peel off, other types may require a little persuasion. You can probably use acetone or laquer thinner for most paints, but as with all strong chemicals, test it in an inconspicuous place. If necessary, take it to a drycleaners that specializes in leather.
No I dont think spray paint comes off of leather.
I have found that WD40 works wonders for removing paint overspray
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you basically scratch it off depending on what spray paint you use if you use a special spray paint to stick it may not come off!
To take spray paint off clothing you need STAIN STICK!!
how can i get diesel fuel off my leather jacket
Explain "remover spray paint " - never heard of that !
Try Goof Off.
Use the thinner of that spray with a rag.
Try Goof-off. I just used it to get some RustOleum enamal off my legs and arms from painting, and it worked pretty well.
Yes you can. Use the appropriate paint or it will chip off.
Leather is usually dyed rather than painted. Most paints don't adhere all that well to leather, and since leather is flexible, paint tends to crack and peel off.If you really want to paint leather, you're better off buying a paint specifically designed for the purpose rather than trying to make one yourself.
I wouldn't. Leather doesn't take well to washing. Better off taking it to a leather cleaner at the dry cleaner's
Definitely not recommended! If it is a hard leather with almost a waxy finish the turps will buckle the material and fade it, and soft leather will probably disintergrate. I've found (after leaving motorcycle leathers in the garage) that paint on leather is a killer. I found that by scratching off most of the paint with a new toothbrush and applying baby shampoo over night (just wipe of with wam water) will help lift most if not all paint off and if that fails apply a mild sugar soap (available from most hardware stores) will get the toughest of stains off but causes mild fading. Good luck!
Goof Off is best.
Spray with perfume or aftershave then wipe with a cloth.
Rub it with a rag dipped in Goof Off. -It will NOT harm the car paint.
You can spray paint a fiberglass boat with oil-based paint. This paint can be sealed off with a waterproof sealant.
try paint thinner and an old cloth
We bought a spray-can of Appliance Paint at WalMart, in the color we wanted, and spray painted it. You can tape off the parts you don't want sprayed.
put some bleach in a spray bottle and spray the area it will come right off.