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Brandy456

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I painted a mirrior yesterday.
I'm usually messy when I paint, but I thought 'Eh, dish soap will get it off like it has before'
Turns out this new paint my mom got..
RUST paint (which makes it more dry like a plastic)and, it's oil based.
I had to throw the brushes I used...
I tried a nail scrubber thinnger.. which was made of plastic.. BAD IDEA. It just turned black, and didn't help all that much.
It's also gone in the garbage.

Anyone know how I can get black, oil based paint off my hands? (their so raw from scrubbing yesterday :( )
 

Jessyka

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I know that just plain baking soda is good for sun burns, but I know know about... rub burns? Shea butter is great for skin abrasions though if you have some. Most lotions contain a bit of it.
 

pamnock

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I use paint thinner to clean my brushes and hands (although I try to remember to wear thin rubber gloves).

Products like Goo Gone are also good to keep on hand for paint clean-up.
 

Bo B Bunny

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Sorry this is late but next time try hairspray. We put hoofblack on horses and I've had it all over me. Hairspray works miracles!
 

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