How To Make Your Own Paint Remover Using Canning Ingredients

Invented nearly a hundred years ago and still in use today, this stuff is a no-brainer since you always have it in the house. It’s available in most grocery stores and kitchen stores.

Invented nearly a hundred years ago and still in use today, this stuff is a no-brainer since you always have it in the house. Just pour a cup of water into a canning jar. Now for something new…just add baking soda, vinegar and a little bit of lemon juice. This process will give off a strong cleaning odor and clean paint that’s been worn down by the elements. Be sure to follow directions: for cleaning paint, pour a half cup of water into the paint can. Then for cleaning up the water-soluble chemical (permanent) dyes, put a dash of vinegar in the water. This will remove the dyes as well…so don’t worry if you don’t like vinegar. Add to it any other cleaning ingredients (we’ve included lemon juice for a tart vinegar flavor and some baking soda for a light acid). Just make sure to follow instructions and never heat paint directly with this formula; the heat will destroy the chemicals.

To use, pour half a cup of baking soda into paint can. Stir this concoction with a paint brush to get a light cleaning of paint. For more stubborn water-soluble dyes, this is the way to go. You can always rinse the paint if the color needs to be changed. Just make sure you follow the instructions: for cleaning paint, pour a half cup of water into the paint can. Then again, for cleaning up the water-soluble chemicals (paint dyes), add 1/2 tsp Baking Soda to 1/4 cups water. Rinse it dry with clean water and you’re done…for cleaning paint, pour a cup of water into paint can. Stir this concoction with a paint brush to get a light cleaning of paint. For more stubborn water-soluble dyes, this is the way to go. You can always rinse the paint if the color needs to be changed. Just make sure you follow the instructions: for cleaning paint, pour a cup of water into paint can. Soak for 15 minutes as recommended by the manufacturer and apply two coats. This method removes most of the water soluble dyes as well as the paint remover chemicals. Just make sure you follow the directions: for cleaning paint, pour a cup of water into paint can. Then again, for cleaning up the water-soluble chemicals (paint dye ingredients), add 2 tsp Baking soda to 1/2 cup water. To avoid the harsh heat effect, you MUST NOT boil or steam this paint remover. It is important for the final product to be safe and sanitary. This formula is good for any medium-to-dark color, and is ideal for repainting.

To use, pour half a cup of baking soda into paint can. Stir this concoction with a paint brush to get a light cleaning of paint. To make it safe for paint and water-soluble chemicals, just make sure to follow the directions: for cleaning paint, pour a cup of water into paint can. Rinse it dry with clean water, then lay on a towel and wipe off. For the best results and to prevent water spots, wash with a rag and rinse it with clean water for a few minutes. For the best results and to prevent water spots, wash with a rag and wash it like your life depended on it. You can use it as a pre-wash as well as after a light wash. After washing paint, remove the water-soluble chemicals (paint dyes and permanent dyes. For more stain-fighting methods and recipes, check out our How To Remove Blood Stains section.

Taste – This is the most important aspect of this formula. If you use this paint remover, you must get the full effects. For maximum effect, you must use it immediately after a hard-surface cleaning and a touch-up on light to medium-tones. If you’re unsure whether you’ve cleaned up all the stain you’re looking into, you must use the next best product. This paint remover works best on light-colored car paint, such as black, gray, light blue, and white.