Surprisingly oil base is easier that water base (which is impossible...strong solvent like acetone, nail polish remover (sometimes the same) if not, try paint remover and there are many different types depending...
7 Answers · Home & Garden · 22/02/2007
...that is fully dry, paint over it with a good floor or deck paint. The paint can be oil or water-based. You might want to use the primer-sealer on walls...
5 Answers · Home & Garden · 17/02/2016
if that paint drys , even a little that carpet is history - keep it wet with paint thinner or turpentine and scrub scrub scrub (not paint remover that will eat the carpet) wet vac also to suck it out as you keep soaking and scrubbing. good luck!
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 17/07/2008
Crayons and oil paint are made of the same stuff, so unfortunately anything that will remove the crayon will also remove the paint. Take it to a professional painting restorer, they will scrape off the crayon by hand under a microscope.
1 Answers · Home & Garden · 18/11/2009