You will need
  • Use to remove stains from paint, gasoline, kerosene, turpentine, ammonia or acetone. But be careful, because liquid hazardous and flammable.
For a start, check out what made the jacket, as this material will perceive one or another cleaning agent. In addition, determine the nature of the stains, but rather the type of paint. Most stains create oil paint to bring them using powerful tools. So try before using it to test the reaction of material on a small piece at a hidden place.

If stain from paint is quite fresh, that is a hour or two ago, try to remove it with improvised tools (wipes, water, soap) and immediately faded jacket. However, keep in mind that the fabric the jacket can remain a bright spot in the form of fuzzy print.

If the stain is old, try to remove it by means of nail Polish remover. It is desirable that it contained no acetone. In comparison with the technical solvents is means less active, so not dangerous for the materials. If it does not give the desired result, move on to harder options.

Do not apply an excessive amount of cleaner, as the material may deteriorate, or remain a trace of the use of any tools. Can also try paint thinner, but this means you need to be very careful.

Clean the stain gradually, at small sizes it is convenient to use a cotton swab or q-tip. After you have removed the stain, be sure to wash the jacket. You may have to spend a few washings to not only get rid of the track, but also to remove the smell is to use chemical substances. Never wash the jacket with other things after treatment, as they can absorb odors and have a negative respond to chemical agent. After washing, dry the jacket and make sure the stain is really gone.