Cleaning fanatic reveals how to use hand sanitiser to remove dried on paint from fabric

A CLEANING fanatic has revealed how you can remove dried on paint from carpet using nothing but hand sanitiser.

Taking to her Instagram account, Mrs D’s Cleaning reviews, the mum shared her very simple trick.


She posted a snap of her carpet covered in splodges of paint and then the pristine results after using the sanitiser.

Captioning her photos she wrote: “The worst thing about painting your house is finding a few spots of paint on your carpet…or worse, your clothes.

“Never fear all you need is hand sanitizer.

“As you know we recently painted our front door. Even though a sheet was put down we still ended up with a few paint spots on our hall runner.


“I knew exactly what to do…use hand sanitizer, but unfortunately I had to wait with hand sanitizer being in such a high demand lately it was hard to get hold of.

“But now that I finally have some I can reveal the perfect tip for removing paint….swipe to see photos.

“Hand sanitizer liquid is by far the best, but gel does work exactly the same and the higher the alcohol the better

“Just spray the paint spots with hand sanitizer and gently massage in to the paint using a microfibre cloth…. voila the paint spots are gone.

“Happy Cleaning 😘”

Her followers were amazed by her tip, thanking her for the advice in the comments.

One wrote: “Who knew!! Amazing hack 🌟🙌”

“Wow I didn't know about that gem of a tip!” agreed a second, with a third adding, “Great tip 👌🏼 thank you 🙏🏼”

In other cleaning news, this bloke revealed how to clean your Airpods with PlayDoh.

And a cleaning fanatic claims VINEGAR is the secret to super-soft sheets.

Plus another woman shows how she gets her windows sparkling using fabric softener and washing up liquid.

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