When you're painting, paint can easily splatter and get on clothes. You may not notice and the paint will dry on your clothes, causing a stain that may seem impossible to get out. Do not throw away clothes with dried paint stains because they may still be salvageable. These stains can come out of clothes with a few attempts and a little bit of time. It will usually cost you less to remove the stains than to replace the clothes.
Place 4 to 5 drops of dishwashing soap onto a clean cloth.
Rub the dried paint with the dishwashing soap.
Leave the dishwashing soap on the dried paint for about five minutes.
Wash the stained clothing by itself in cold water.
Pour a cap full of rubbing alcohol onto a cotton ball.
Rub the cotton ball against the paint stain. Keep rubbing until the paint is out.
Wash the clothing by itself in the washing machine to get rid of any alcohol or paint residue.