Been there and got the t-shirt....20 + yrs ago Spilt a quart can worth of same Minwax dark walnut stain on a multi dark marble like stone floor in a commercial office during a late night work session.. Immedately used a padded shipping blanket to wipe the floor.. no damage. no lasting marks. was very lucky nobody saw anything... did not get caught. .................. drill sgt.
Posts: 1276 | Location: denham springs , la | Registered: October 19, 2019
It is surprising how much fluid is in a quart. Years ago I was painting the moldings in one of our bathrooms. I opened the quart can, but before I could proceed, I got a phone call. It lasted about thirty minutes. When I got back to the task, I had forgotten the lid was just sitting on the can. I picked up the quart with a hand on each side and did the shake weight motion. One quart flew out and onto my chest and face. I looked at myself in the mirror, muttered a bad word and stepped fully clothed into the shower can and all. I didn't bother painting the moldings until the following week.
You’re a lying dog-faced pony soldier
Posts: 28090 | Location: Highland, Ut. | Registered: May 07, 2008
After you get as much of it off as you can with solvent-based cleaning, try spraying whatever’s left with Wet and Forget a couple of times. It takes months to work but might help over the course of a year. Doesn’t damage concrete.
Posts: 937 | Location: NE Indiana | Registered: January 20, 2011
I dropped a quart of white trim paint on a driveway while unloading the car. Fortunately for me the driveway was painted and it was fairly easy to clean up. I'd try Brake Cleaner. I've used it on oil stains with success.
Posts: 1670 | Location: Indiana or Florida depending on season | Registered: March 18, 2012