The art should not be limited! It requires a particular materials and most of all personal space. Usually, most of the painters prefer to use tempera paints for their work. Simply, this paint alternative is not expensive and is easy to work with and experiment. Unfortunately, I most of the cases the traces of the tempera paint can be found not only on your canvas. It often ends up on your clothes as well.
Now, there are several types of tempera paints- the ones that are washable, and others that can be removed , but require more serious treatment. The most important thing about such stain removal is to treat it as soon as possible. Still , you have to be aware that such procedure will be a little bit tricky.
Considering that cleaners Edmonton provide the following tips on how to clean tempera paint from your clothes:
As a start you have to prepare your cleaning tools. It will be much more comfortable to have everything on hand instead of seeking for each item individually. In this case you will need heavy-duty laundry stain pretreatment, old toothbrush, textured sponge and source of enough cool water. That is all you need to fulfill an effective interference.
Work with the textured sponge to lift up any excess paint from the cloth. For better results, treat the stain as soon as possible after it has occurred. While removing the excess paint, be extremely careful in order not to to smear any paint that is still not dried. Blot up any wet paint with the non-textured side of the sponge.
Pour a dollop of heavy-duty laundry stain pretreatment over the stain. Have in mind that the spot should be fully covered. Then take your old, but clean toothbrush and scrub the stain wit it, working in small circular motions.
After that place your item in a sink filled with cool water and leave it to soak until the mark almost completely dissolves.
As a final effort wash and dry the cloth as usual. Swill out the old toothbrush and textured sponge.
Cleaners Edmonton wish you perfect cleaning results!