Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cindy Paint Erase Wipes wonderful product
I first found these in Nebraska and ordered them online here. They are bar none the best paint cleanup wipes I have ever seen. They took old dried paint that was several years old off of my switch plates. They are great for getting paint off your hands and are easy on the skin. I also buy their brush cleaner to remove the paint from the head of the brush and extend the life of my brushes. Fabulous products.
May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Neelam Works well on polished surfaces
I used these wipes while spray painting a wooden table I built. I had some wet and some dry oil paint on the garage floor and the door. I had no issues removing dry paint from the door. In fact, it not only removed the paint but also those dust particles that had been deposited on the door surface for years. Even though not recommended, I did tried using it on my garage’s concrete floor, as expected, it did not do anything.
It’s really meant for surfaces like polished wood, tool boxes, metal, plastic, vinyl and hands.
In my experience, these wipes are more convenient than using towels or other dry napkins. I am all for it.
January 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bakingmom Convenient
The premoistened paint erase wipes are very convenient since they are stored in their own case, where you can remove one wipe at a time as needed. I removed dried paint from the edges of a mirror and a wooden panel quickly and easily and they look great!. The wipes work very well on more fragile surfaces that you don't want to scrape. One wipe worked for several items. I also tried them on thicker drops of paint which had dried around the wooden staircase and they didn't work as well, but those spots need to be sanded off. The odor is not overly noxious unless you're sentitive to it, but I would still advise wearing eye protection and gloves because the fumes did cause my eyes to burn a bit.
December 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pohonui Love these!
What a great product. I ordered these because I am paining the outside of the house and have primer and topcoat to put on, lots of trim too, and these are wonderful, so handy and work just like they tell you they will. I'm not much of a glove wearer, so these are a must for mussy ones like me. The only thing I would like to see different is a plastic zipper for the bag inside, in case you don't use them all up...to keep them from drying out and maybe will store longer, but these are a definite help to me and I will continue to use them whenever I have a painting job to do. Real handy! Glad I have them.
June 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Debbie2002 "Erase" Spilled Paint Without a Mess
Nothing is worse than spilling paint. If you have paper towels with a little elbow grease you can clean up the mess and then clean up another mess transferred to your hands. If you have only towels well they are ruined. With the citrus scented wipes your clean up is quick and easy without much effort or mess. The sheets are durable and with stand the task. Frosting on the cake is there is no mess transferred to your hands. If the paint is dry you will need a elbow grease but I was able to remove paint that was 48 hours old. The scent is gentle and pleasing. Love this product!
June 12, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by jeanieb Get Ready To Rub
These wipes are very convenient to use and smell really great.They would probably work best if used when the "mistakes" are new. They did work admirably for removing dried paint on tile edges, but harder to remove from wood, of course. I used them in conjunction with the paint erase spot remover while trying to clean dried paint mistakes made before we bought our house. I had some success with both products, but you need to use a lot of elbow grease with them. I think it would be advisable to be more careful in the first place! ;-)
June 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Artemis Not effective
I tried to remove some dried paint from two different surfaces (cork flooring and tile). In both cases it had no effect. I ended up scraping and paint from the tile and gently "flicking" the drop from the cork flooring. Also, I don't particularly like the residue it left on my hands. It may work on fresh paint, but I could use a wet rag for that. Another thing, it's a pain to open the plastic bag and to get the first cloth out.
January 2, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by sandiegohaunted Ok Product
The wipes work well for fresh and near dry paint stains however, the same effect can be done with paper towels and a little soapy water. I tried the wipes on some ancient paint stains in my garage also but, they couldn't budge the stains. Also the product has a very strong smell that may not be a turn off to some buyers.
January 7, 2014