In Reply to: Eeeek...paint in interior! posted by Ronin on October 04, 1999 at 03:33:00:
Good thing its Leatherette and not leather. Use some thinner on a cloth. Just make sure the cloth is not soaked so it doesn't start falling into the air holes in the seat. If its in the holes, use a q-tip.
: By some stupid move on my part, I now have a small stain of white acrylic paint on my black leatherette seat....any tips on how to get it off....I tried lexol and a generic cleaner already, and got most of it off, but a few white specks are still embedded in the surface.