Removing body/face paint from seatbelts

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  1. Dorn

    Dorn New Member

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    So in our quest at school spirit this weekend, we got body paint on my seatbelts. Now, I know it comes off because it does a good job of applying the paint to clothes, but I scrubbed one down for 10 minutes with soap and water, and it didn't do anything. Any recommendations? My next thought was rubbing alcohol.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Good luck, seat belts are an absolute bitch to clean due to the material. Try an ACP product like Simple Green and a nylon bristle scrub brush.
     
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    find out what kind of base products are used in the paints, then go from there.
     
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    this i didn't know. if it has some kind of a wax base, then maybe a weak dawn mixture would clean some of it
     

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