Removing latex paint from hardwood floors
I thought I would share this with everyone, since I have gone through UMPteen different cleaners and am tired of spending lots of $$ on them.
I found out that Rubbing alcohol will remove dried latex paint on hard wood floors.
We had multiple colors splatters dried (some for 20 years)on one of our bedroom floors and it was all covered up with carpet. When we ripped the carpet out we found this mess.
Took rubbing alcohol and dumped it on the splatters, waited a few minutes and used a small brush and the paint came right up. We had some LARGE areas with LOTS of splatters, so we dumped a gallon size bottle on the floor, then covered it with plastic and waited about 10 minutes and were able to use a damp mop to remove the majority of it. So that the alcohol didn't evaporate while we were working, we left the plastic on the floor while working on one area and just pulling it back when we were ready to move to another area.