Musely
My order
  • $ 11% Cashback on all one-time purchases
    11% Cashback is available to all registered users and will be give in the form of Musely Coins.
    * Buy Together & Subscriptions orders are not eligible for Cashback
  • Free shipping over $25

    Free Shipping on All Orders Over $25.

    You may request a return within 30 days from the date the product is shipped.

    All returns may be tentative on brand approval.

How To Remove Polish From Carpet

posted in Beauty > Nails
01/26/2014
  • Take a white cloth and dip in clear fragrance free non acetone polish remover. Continue to blot the stain away but do not rub it. This could take a bit so be patient.
    Take a white cloth and dip in clear fragrance free non acetone polish remover. Continue to blot the stain away but do not rub it. This could take a bit so be patient.
  • Apply the windex to the stain and let it sit for a minute or two. Take a cold white washcloth and wipe the windex away.
    Apply the windex to the stain and let it sit for a minute or two. Take a cold white washcloth and wipe the windex away.
  • Spray the stain with the hairspray and then dab it away with a paper towel or washcloth.
    Spray the stain with the hairspray and then dab it away with a paper towel or washcloth.
  • Get either goo-be-gone or greased lightening and pour on the stain. Use a cloth to scrub the stain until it is gone. You can repeat this 2 to 3 times until the stain is gone.
    Get either goo-be-gone or greased lightening and pour on the stain. Use a cloth to scrub the stain until it is gone. You can repeat this 2 to 3 times until the stain is gone.
  • Always remember to test these methods in an inconspicuous area of your carpet first. Please be aware that chemicals that at first take the stain away might damage your carpet later. Always keep your pets away from the stain & any chemicals. Give me a like if it's helpful and you don't mind! Thanks

Comments

0
See all comments

Related Tips

9 Followers