How Do You Remove Nail Polish From Fabric, Clothing, Carpet Etc?
Everyone knows the feeling, dollop of nail polish falls on the carpet. We all run out to get nail polish remover and rub the stain into a big smeary mess. I will explain a way that removes the nail polish without making the mess worse. This method will not dissolve nail polish like most other methods, it removes it. Had a hard time adding photos to eHow, so there is a link pictures at the bottom to my photobucket of them. Spray bug spray on the spot, gently comb the area in several different directions (ie diagonal, horizontal, vertical). Combing in a single direction constantly is not good for the carpet, refrain from scratching frantically back and forth, as you will cause the tops of the loops to fray. If you do not have a handy little carpet tool, use a spoon or fork. The goal is to loosen the nail polish, and blot. The nail polish will transfer to the paper towel and leave the carpet. For clothing, rub the clothing together blotting frequently with the paper towel. Repeat as neces