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  1. #1
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    Question removing spray paint from dry-wall

    **** spray-paint on white, dry-wall, walls. Is there a way to remove the **** paint? If so, how?

  2. #2
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    Default Re: removing spray paint from dry-wall

    Not likely. Even if the **** spray paint is lacquer based....lacquer thinner would almost certainly eat the underlying white paint...whether oil-based or latex.

    I think you're stuck repainting more white over the ****.

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    Default Re: removing spray paint from dry-wall

    I'd use something like Kilz to cover it. It's a good primer. Really thick and should cover it in one coat.

    Good Luck.

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    Default Re: removing spray paint from dry-wall

    have you tried dry brushing the dust off the surface as it does tend to spread when wetted with a damp cloth

    Steve, http://www.fatbuddhastore.com

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