If you've accidentally dripped some paint on your concrete driveway or garage floor, it may seem like it's there for good. While removing paint from concrete can be tough and time-consuming, you can do it with the right products and perseverance. Follow this guide to remove even the stubbornness paint from your surface or garage.
Prepare the concrete surface. Use a broom or shop vacuum to remove all dirt or debris. If possible, remove any loose paint from concrete with a scraper or brush.
Apply a chemical paint stripper to the concrete surface. The type of stripper you should use depends on the type of paint you are trying to remove, such as water-based or oil-based paint. If in doubt, use a stripper designed for removing oil-based paints.
Allow the stripper to work. Check the directions printed on the can by the manufacturer. This could be anywhere from 1 to 8 hours. In some cases, only minutes may be required.
Scrub the concrete. Use a wire scrub brush or a scraper to remove the loosened paint. You could also use a pressure washer for outdoor concrete surfaces such as driveways or patios.
Repeat the steps if necessary. In some cases, a second or third application of paint stripper is needed to thoroughly remove paint from concrete.
Clean the concrete surface. Use a power or pressure washer to remove all traces of the paint stripper. If you have removed paint drops or drips, cleaning the concrete can avoid leaving clean spots on the surface.
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