Can Oil-Flo get paint out of carpet? It sure can! I can testify.
My little brother spilled about 2 cups of “Penguin Black” interior paint on the beige carpet of his bedroom. We tried using rubbing alcohol, acetone, Dawn dish soap, 409, Shout, and even laundry detergent to remove the spot. Absolutely NOTHING would make it budge. I finally decided to give Oil-Flo a try, and I sure am glad I did.
I diluted Oil-Flo with water at about a 1:4 (Oil-Flo:Water) ratio.
I sprayed and poured the diluted mixture over the spot. Just enough to make it wet down to the base.
After it was saturated, I scrubbed it lightly with a washcloth.
Then I poured about a cup of water over the spot.
Once, you pour the water on it, start drying it in dabbing motions with a dry towel, or paper towels.
Keep adding water and drying it up until the stain is completely gone.
(For the Paint spot, which was about a 9 inch circle, it took about 4 repetitions of the water and drying process to remove.)