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    is there a way I could remove or clean some paint that have poured on some childrens shoes? the paint has splashed on several shoes as the can slipped out of my hands but as I tried to quickly dip them in water nothing much happened only some paint began flowing and it later dried when I removed the shoes.

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    It depends on the kind of paint & the shoe material.If it's latex paint get a product called Goof-Off,designed specifically for latex.

    If it's oil paint,well,not so good.Paint thinner or mineral spirits can eat right through a lot of materials (don't ask me how I know this ),you'll want to test any paint remover on a small area 1st.Goof-Off may not hurt the material but could discolor it.
    "If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous he will not bite you.This is the principal difference between a man and a dog"

    Mark Twain

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