Bathroom Paint Removal & Clean Up

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Get bathroom paint removal and clean up tips in this free DIY bathroom repair and home improvement video.

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Video Transcript

In this video clip we will be touching up our bathroom. Another great way to really make your bathroom looking a lot nicer for a very cheap price is to clean up all the edges where you might have little bits of paint that have been accidentally painted onto a counter top. The first methods I'm going to use is to use a little bit of lacquer thinner on a q-tip and go ahead and rub that on the paint and that's going to break down that paint and just get that loose. Come back with a towel and wipe that off and you want to be real careful that you don't get the lacquer thinner on your walls or your painted surfaces. If you don't like using chemicals, another way to get that paint off is just to take a razor blade and gently scrape that paint until that comes right off. Now you probably don't want to use lacquer thinner on woodwork because it would take the finish off. So you just want to be real careful with what you're actually using this on. The next way to make our bathroom woodwork look a little bit better is just to take a rag with some warm water and mild detergent and just wipe down all of the woodwork. Now, this is going to kind of help shine up that woodwork and it's going to make it look a little bit cleaner. Next I'll just be using a furniture polish to use on my woodwork. Just a little bit on my rag should be sufficient and you're just going to rub that in and that's just as the same as polishing a piece of wood furniture it's going to shine that right up.


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