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Need painting help!!!

Posted by on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:19 AM
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I have a white baby bed my dd "painted" it one day with dark purple fingernail polish in a few spots. Since new baby is a boy I kinda need to get that off of there lol so my question is how should I fix it?


Do I sand the spots down and kiltz it then repaint the spots white or not sand or not sand or kiltz?


I don't want to mess it up. Its a pretty crib and its been both of my kids beds over the past 7 years so I want baby to have it also.
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BraydensMama163
by Ruby Member on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:31 AM
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ccnstanczak
by Gold Member on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:33 AM

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?

BraydensMama163
by Ruby Member on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:34 AM
O.o



Hell no. I have acetone. Would that work or would it peel the paint?


Quoting ccnstanczak:

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?

Missdameanor
by Not-a-felony on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:36 AM
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get non acetone remover and try that. It should work and save you a painting job


Quoting BraydensMama163:

O.o



Hell no. I have acetone. Would that work or would it peel the paint?


Quoting ccnstanczak:

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?



BraydensMama163
by Ruby Member on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:39 AM
Awesome! Thanks I'll try that.

Quoting Missdameanor:

get non acetone remover and try that. It should work and save you a painting job



Quoting BraydensMama163:

O.o







Hell no. I have acetone. Would that work or would it peel the paint?




Quoting ccnstanczak:

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?




Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:40 AM
Use a fine grit sand paper and lightly sand away the nail polish. It may only cause minor scratching to the crib paint and all you'll need is just a touch up of white paint to cover the scratches. No need for Kilz.
Missdameanor
by Not-a-felony on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:40 AM

Good luck Momma...let us know how it goes.


Quoting BraydensMama163:

Awesome! Thanks I'll try that.

Quoting Missdameanor:

get non acetone remover and try that. It should work and save you a painting job



Quoting BraydensMama163:

O.o







Hell no. I have acetone. Would that work or would it peel the paint?




Quoting ccnstanczak:

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?






BraydensMama163
by Ruby Member on Oct. 27, 2013 at 10:45 AM
I will! I will try and post a picture of before and after once we get it out of storage and get to working on it

Quoting Missdameanor:

Good luck Momma...let us know how it goes.



Quoting BraydensMama163:

Awesome! Thanks I'll try that.



Quoting Missdameanor:

get non acetone remover and try that. It should work and save you a painting job




Quoting BraydensMama163:

O.o











Hell no. I have acetone. Would that work or would it peel the paint?






Quoting ccnstanczak:

have you tried using nail polish remover to get it off?








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