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    if any 1 can help
    help is much appriciated
    i spilled some GW paint down me and i need to get the paint out of my cloths but i have no ider how
    ive got most of it out but ive a big gold patch round the crotch of my trousers and if my mum finds out im up sh** kreek with out a paddel :ph34r:


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    Try using Nail polish remover. Other than that you're SOL.

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    lol, I spilled gold GW paint on my pants once too, that was 2 years ago, the paint is still there.

    The only thing I can think of is to paint the gold patch the same color or close to as your pants.

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    I'd put a good guess on you being screwed. Sorry.

    I've been pretty lucky about cleanliness while painting. Call me crazy, but for the past painting sessions, I've been wearing all white t-shirts.

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    Yeah its really weird, i've never spilled any paint on me (as far as i know). But my desk, well thats another story. The trick is to do all your painting on your desk (or wherever). Dont bring the paintpots up to your chest when you are trying to open them, keep everything over the desk!

    Well, good luck with the paint. What color did you spill on your pants btw?

    Your fluffraping hurts my eyes. - TehDarkPredator

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    use acetone, only problem is that acetone sometimes dissolves the pigments in the clothes as well, ending up with white spots on your clothes

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    A white stain on the crotch of your pants, is worst than a gold one...

    Are GW paints water-based paints? If that is the case simply throw them in the tub, with lots of water, you'll need lots and lots of water... but yuo have to do this before it dries. I learnt this from dropping a gallon of white paint unto the carpet. Took me over five hours to get it out. But I've also used this technique to clean black GW paint out of my carpet.

    (I'm pretty sure by now, it's too late, but might help others. )

    Protocon, has got some good advice, I will always leave my pots on the table, when trying to open them.

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    I think the last post I made in this thread jynx'd me. I just bought a new thing of Ultramarines blue, I opened it, and the damned thing flew right out of my hand! It landed on my shorts, bounced off, hit THE DINING ROOM CARPET and rolled sideways across it! It happened so goddamned quick, it was unbelievable. Let's just say that my life is forever indebted to a product called "Magic Kleen". It's an oxy-clean knock-off that works absolute wonders!

    And for the record, the dining room carpet is buergendy (sp.), so I don't think my parents would have been too pleased with an homage to the colour I use for highlighting thrust upon their carpet.

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    Does anyone have the old white top paints, you know the ones that fly like a bat out of hell if you slip when tring to shut them one handed.

    The Casualty list reads as follows
    My Shirt
    My Shorts
    A Keyboard ( had to be replaced )
    The Wall
    a bit on the Monitor ( also found some on the printer just over a week later )
    Mum and Dads $350 per square meter carpet

    Colour: Blood Red
    My Response: AHHHHHHHA ( said in shuddering voice of disbelief ) F*#k

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    damn this thread is old

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