Cleaned paint in front of speaker


I brought Klipschorn speakers but one has a little paint in front of speaker. I wonder that what kind of cleaning chemical for paint without damage color wood.
sanjose_audio_guy
If it's Latex paint,you could try menthol hydrate(gas line antifreeze)It will take off latex paint.if she's oil it won't.
you can buy it at a service station for maybe a buck or two or your hardware store for sure.I'd put a little on a cloth and then rub it on the paint lightly.you should know in 5-6 seconds if she's Latex as it will come off.If it's oil paint
then varsol same procedure(lightly).There is some other paint remover called GOOF OFF and it's really strong.I'd use the above first as they both work.the goof off does but it is quite potent.
Naphtha and Steel Wool Grade 0000 should do it.
Whatever you use, try it first on a part of the wood that isn't normally visible, if that's possible. 'Goof Off' will definitely take off latex paint but it will take off the wood finish, as well.
Don't get steel wool anywhere near a speaker! All it takes is a few fragments to migrate onto the speakers cone - over time it will work it's way thru the cone or dome into the VC gap - not a good thing. Had several customers trash their speakers by refinishing them with drivers in place. If you're going to refinish a cabinet with anything ferrous - remove the drivers first and before you remount them go over the whole cabinet (inside and out) with a magnet to pick up ant stray bits.
Naptha will not damage the wood finish. Use it with a clean piece of cotton rag.
Refinishing is different than spot cleaning. Spot cleaning with 0000 steel wool
being gentle...not aggressive.

A good cotton rag will also work with Naphtha.
Goof Off will not remove or damage any clear coat finish that I'm aware of. However, the newly reformulated Oops will. I've successfully used Goof Off to remove latex paint marks and specks from fine furniture for over 15 years and never had a problem.
a bit of lemon oil and a wee bit oh elbow grease
For a drop of paint, a fingernail will do. For a smear, I would use Howard's orange oil furniture cleaner or lemon oil with a cloth. Much less chance of leaving a ghost in the laquer.
For a drop of paint, a fingernail will do. For a smear, I would use Howard's orange oil furniture cleaner or lemon oil with a cloth. Much less chance of leaving a ghost in the laqeur.