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Nail Varnish On Carpet?

posted in Beauty > Nails
08/05/2014
  • Put 1/4 window cleaner/ screen wash and 3/4 warm water in a container, use a sponge and scrub the nail varnish for a couple of minutes, leave it to dry.
    Put 1/4 window cleaner/ screen wash and 3/4 warm water in a container, use a sponge and scrub the nail varnish for a couple of minutes, leave it to dry.
  • I read this online cause i spilt black nail varnish on my new cream carpet so i did this when it was dry and it cleared it up. It also worked on some acrylic paint that stained the carpet years ago.

  • Hairspray and rubbing alcohol
Wet the stain with cold water. Then spray hairspray on the stain.
Add a few splashes of rubbing alcohol.
Using a scrub brush, scrub the stain for at least one minute.
Whilst scrubbing, pour cold water on the stain
    Hairspray and rubbing alcohol
    Wet the stain with cold water. Then spray hairspray on the stain.
    Add a few splashes of rubbing alcohol.
    Using a scrub brush, scrub the stain for at least one minute.
    Whilst scrubbing, pour cold water on the stain
  • Acetone or Non-Acetone Polish Remover

If it removes polish off of your fingers, it must remove nail polish from your carpeting.

Dab the stain with a plain towel.

Pour a small amount directly on the stain and continue to dab until the stain fades. Rinse with water and soap to get rid of as much po
    Acetone or Non-Acetone Polish Remover

    If it removes polish off of your fingers, it must remove nail polish from your carpeting.

    Dab the stain with a plain towel.

    Pour a small amount directly on the stain and continue to dab until the stain fades. Rinse with water and soap to get rid of as much po
  • Remember, acetone is a strong chemical and could damage your carpet further.

  • Carpet Stain Remover:
Soak up as much of the stain as possible using a towel or paper towel. Then spray the area with an intense stain remover and let sit.

Rub and scrub until the stain disappears. Doing this will keep the stain wet rather than harden
    Carpet Stain Remover:
    Soak up as much of the stain as possible using a towel or paper towel. Then spray the area with an intense stain remover and let sit.

    Rub and scrub until the stain disappears. Doing this will keep the stain wet rather than harden
  • BEFORE YOU TRY ANYTHING

    Absorb as much of the nail polish as possible. Grab a towel and dab the stain.
    Don’t rub--you’ll make it worse!
    Try all these ideas on a tiny spot of your carpet that is not entirely visible to make sure it doesn’t damage your carpet further.

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