Q: We came home tonight to find that our dogs had spilled a gallon of paint primer on our hardwood floors – while we were able to get the wet paint off the floors using water, how can we get the splatter and the white residue that has settled into the grain off?
Our floors are unfinished and were 1920’s cherry.
A: Perhaps a dampened or wet tooth brush or scrub brush might help. A quick brush then dry with a cloth. It’s worth a try.
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