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How To Remove Nail Polish From Carpets and Rugs | Household Remedies
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How To Get Nail Polish Stains Out of Carpet

Spray ‘n Wash

Spray ‘n Wash works really well when trying to remove nail polish from carpets. Simply spray the Spray ‘N Wash on stains, let sit for 3minutes and then blot with a wet cloth or towel. Repeat until stain is gone.

Non-Acetone Nail Polish Remover / Foamy Shaving Cream Combo

Be sure to test the non-acetone Nail polish remover in an inconspicuous area of rug to ensure there will be no discoloration of carpet.

Then blot up as much of the nail polish as you can using paper towels, rags or tissues. Do NOT rub – you do not want to spread stain.

If you have found the nail polish remover safe for your carpet, apply a few drops to the nail polish stain and immediately blot afterwards. Repeat process until you get up as much of the stain as possible – then follow up with a dollop of foamy shaving cream. Work the shaving cream into the spot, rinse with some water and then blot dry.

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