This product (used in combo with a brillo pad and a paint scraper on harder surfaces and with a regular sponge on the carpet) got ALL the paint up and did not damage our floors or carpets.
Even used it to get old dried on paint from a table and the paint came off.
Some of the thicker blobs I had to spray and let sit for a few minutes before wiping but it did end up removing but all of the paint off my hardwood floors.
You got to watch laborers EVERY minute.So instead of spending $1500 to have the floors redun I found this product and got good results.KEY HERE IS TO LET THE PRODUCT SIT/SOAK ABOUT5 MINUTES THEN IMMEDIATELY GET TO WORK.That is why most of these people had no or bad results, they did not let it soak, or probably let is sit for hours, taking off finishIt takes elbow grease, and larger droplets spills will take a second or third treatment.Always tape and tarp to avoid this, but you cant help the carlessness of others.
Didn't work at all on the drips of latex paint.
It does not remove dried paint.
I did not realize it does not remove dried paint or I would have gone to local store immediately to get some when the paint splatters first appreared.
Did not remove latex paint as advertised.