Spray paints can be a wonderful tool in creating beautiful personalized paintings in the building. To some people, it’s an art. To some people, it’s a lifestyle. Some just can’t live without it.
Once you learn the basics, you’ll find it addictive. And the big plus is, as you spray, it dries. So you wouldn’t have to wait until a coating is dried like oil paintings and latex. You just get your design on and on and on till you’re satisfied.
But you can’t be very careful with spraying, and so a little stain is not so bad. Just keep in mind that there’s no better time to remove paint from the floor than when it is wet. Be it spray paint, oil-based, or even gloss.This time, just a rag and a little scrub would get your floor back shinning. But, let’s say you forgetfully ignored it or you didn’t even notice till it was dry.
Or maybe, there’s a graffiti mural you just have gotten tired of, and you want to get it off your floor. You need to know how to remove spray paint from wood floors.