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IAM NOT AN EXPERT CHEMIST OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT BUT I REMEMBER THE GOOD OLD DAYS WHEN A REPAIRED PUNCTURE OF A BIKE TYRE STARTED LOSING AIR. THEREFORE THE OLD PATCH HAD TO BE REMOVED AND I REMEMBER DOING THIS BY DROPPING PETROL( GASOLINE) ONTO THE GLUED PATCH AND IN NO TIME IT DETATCHED ITSELF.THIS MEANS THAT THE PETROL DISSOLVED THE RUBBER SOLUTION, THIS NOW TAKES US TO THE ORIGINAL QUESTION AND PROBABLY A POSSIBLE ANSWER TO RESOLVE THE MATTER. LATEX IS THE LIQUID FORM OF RUBBER. THE LIQUID CAN BE TURNED INTO PAINT AND OTHER RUBBER RELATED MATERIALS.....IF PETROL IS APPLIED TO REMOVE AN OLD PATCH OF RUBBER BY DISSOLVING THE RUBBER SOLUTION THEN THE I WOULD SUGGEST THAT THE SAME METHOD BE APPLIED TO THE RUBBER PAINT ON THE GLASS AND HOPEFULLY IT WOULD WORK (CAUTION! DO NOT SMOKE OR HAVE NAKED FLAME IN THE WORKING AREA BECAUSE PETROL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE). ALTERNATIVELY, APPLY GENTLE HEAT WITH A HARIDRIER AND SCRAPE IT OFF. BE CAREFUL NOT TO OVERHEAT THE GLASS OTHERWISE IT MIGHT CRACK. IHOPE THIS WORKS FOR YOU. GOOD LUCK. BLUEMARLIN Goof off is what I use, it works very well.

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How do you remove latex paint from vinyl siding?

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.


How do you remove latex paint from vinyl window trim?

Rub it off with a rag dipped in Goof Off.


How do you inexpensively clean paint off of older beautiful tile?

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.


Can nail polish remover be used to remove old latex paint from vinyl covered metal without damaging the vinyl?

No. But you should be able to scrape it off.


Can you paint over vinyl wallpaper?

Yes, you can paint over vinyl wallpaper. An excellent primer should be used first, because some latex paints will not stick to vinyl.


How do you remove paint from rubber base boards from painting the walls?

You can try using denatured alcohol if it was latex paint. But it is probably cheaper and easier to just replace the vinyl cove base.


Can you paint vinyl plastic fence?

yes you can make sure you use a good primer then use latex paint


How do you get latex paint off a vinyl jacket?

A little soap and water and the rub of a cloth.


Is latex in vinyl?

No. Vinyl is a substance all of its own. That's why they may vinyl and latex gloves. So that those who are allergic to latex can use the vinyl. Otherwise there would be no point in making vinyl gloves especially seeing that latex is stronger and more protective than vinyl.


Which gloves are tougher vinyl or latex?

vinyl cause latex is more of a rubbery glove


Easiest way to remove vinyl letter glue from a latex painted surface?

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How to paint wall paper?

As long as wallpaper is adhering soundly to the wall, you can paint wallpaper with a latex paint. However, if it may not adhere well if it there is a non-stick coating on the vinyl surface. If so, use a high grip primer prior to coating with a latex paint.


Can Vinyl Garage Doors be repainted?

Yes, you can repaint a vinyl garage door. However, you can use oil-based or latex-based paints, since they won't work. Visit your local paint store, and ask the salesperson which paint you can use on a vinyl surface.


Can you put conversion varnish over latex paint?

Yes. I have a furniture company and we use this all of the time. Best recipe we have found is using a tinted latex primer or flat latex paint, scuff with 320 grit paper, paint second coat. After drying, lightly sand with 400 grit paper to remove any roughness, spray with vinyl sealer, scuff again with 400 grit paper and spray conversion varnish. Remove dust at each sanding stage with a vacuum and then a static cloth.


How do you get latex paint off of woodgrain vinyl flooring?

use tomato juice. it sounds wierd, but it works PERFECTLY!!


What type of paint will paint on vinyl?

You need special vinyl paint.


What is the difference between oil paint and vinyl paint?

painting of oil is called oil paint and painting of vinyl is called vinyl paint


what paint to use for painting vinyl siding,alkyd or latex?

The paint that seems to work best with vinyl siding are ones that have a blend of urethane and acrylic resins. The most important thing to do when painting siding make sure your surface is clean and dry.


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can vinyl paint be used to paint vinyl straps on patio chairs


Are vinyl gloves tougher than latex?

yes because latex is just a rubbery sort of material. vinyl is much more stronger.


Can a design be painted on a vinal mail box/post combination What kind of paint would I use?

Yes, you can paint a design on a vinyl mailbox/post. The type of paint you would need to use is a latex exterior paint. This is the type of paint you would use on the majority of outside projects.


Who can I call top replace my vinyl windows?

Feldo manufactures vinyl windows. You can purchase vinyl windows at Home Depot. Addition information is available at: vinylwindowmanufacturers.net/


how do i remove mold from vinyl?

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Why are vinyl replacement windows better?

According to my research the reason why Vinyl replacement windows are better than wood windows because of the good quality. Also Vinyl windows have high reviews.


What is latex paint made out of?

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