I have used vinegar on some. The last time I sprayed some built ins I had a little overspray on some ceramic tile. It was Sherwin Williams emerald paint, nothing would touch it except acetone took it right off the ceramic.
I don't think I would use acetone on vinyl though or I would atleast make sure it didn't melt it:laughing:
Also, those mr clean magic erasers seem to work pretty well for things like this.
I've been dealing with overspray all week on the sliding doors, tile, and cabinets on this remodel. I was wanting to use something non toxic and found tea tree oil. So I tried it out and lo and behold, it worked great. You still need a little bit of elbow grease though. I would wipe it down afterwards with a weak vinegar wipe so the tile wont be slippery.
A product called Goof Off comes in both a solvent and an alcohol based formula. The stronger solvent based Goof Off is stinky, but is semi gentle on most surfaces (not plastic, etc). The water based Goof Off is mostly alcohol and safe on almost all surfaces, but not as effective. What else they add to the alcohol based Goof Off product is beyond me. If you want, just use denatured alcohol.
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