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Try Goof Off on the paint splatters. If that doesn't work, buy a small retractable razor scraper tool and carefully just peel off the splatters, then use some fine steel wool and more off to make the marks disappear.

I agree that painting over wood floors is rarely a wise choice. If the splatters don't come up easily, call your landlord.
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