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How to get paint out of carpet?

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2014-05-04 22:00:07
2014-05-04 22:00:07

Steam clean it, and use nail polish remover if it's driend. You can also scrub in Dawn dish soap, and the polish remover and the steam clean. However, result may varry. It worked for me sorta, and I had Stanley Steamers do it... I still have a huge spot under the rug in my office... But, my best friend used polish remover, and her spot has vanised... Best of Luck..! Hope it works for ya.!!

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