HOW TO REMOVE PAINT FROM PLASTIC WITHOUT A PAINT REMOVER
Now, for this discussion, we will give a discussion regarding how to remove paint residue on phlox. Possibly for you, this makes you question how the trick is, especially without scraping, and in this discussion, we give an example of cleaning the rest of the phlox paint on the wiper water tube that was attacked by the phlox paint.
Steps to Remove Pilox Residual Paint Without Scraping
Then how about those who don't have so little funds, calm down this time, we will give you a tutorial on how to remove paint on the wiper water tube, no need to scrape it off. For this kind of work, it's a little bit diligent and troublesome, so you have to be extra strong, hehe.
By Using Gasoline
This step is quite effective in cleaning the wiper water tube from the remaining phlox paint. This step in our opinion is the cheapest. For the cleaning step, you must first clean the side you want to remove the paint from.
Then the wiper water tube is given gasoline, then wipe or use a brush. When it is clean, then wash it with a soft cloth. To stay away from touching the other side of the paint so that the other paint doesn't smudge or destroy it.
By Using Compound
The third step is that this is not referenced because the action step can reduce the arrangement of the wiper water tube. For your own compound, you can get it easily at the building shop in your city. For the implementation step, namely, wipe clean the side you want to clean the paint, then rub it on the compound and rub it on the part of the wiper water tube where you want to remove the paint, do it carefully. For good results, you pay attention to the level of scrubbing ability and the size of the compound.
For more details, you can see in the video below, the method I use is laundry soap, citronella, dish soap.