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Stain Buster — Nail Polish

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Fabric

Place the fabric face down on a clean white cloth or paper towels and blot with nail polish remover (warning: do not use acetone on fabrics containing acetate or triacetate as it will melt these fibres). Rinse with clear water. Repeat until blotting no longer transfers the stain to the cloth or paper towels. Apply a prewash stain remover and wash as usual.

 

Upholstery

Carefully blot up excess polish. Using an eye dropper, apply a small amount of nail polish remover to the stain. Blot immediately. Repeat until no more stain is removed. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with a proprietary dry-cleaning solvent and blot until the solvent is absorbed.

If the stain remains, apply hydrogen peroxide. Use an eyedropper to apply the peroxide directly on the stain. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the hydrogen peroxide.

 

Carpet

Carefully blot up excess polish. Using an eye dropper, apply a small amount of nail polish remover to the stain and blot immediately. Repeat until no more stain is removed. Using a clean white cloth, sponge the stain with a proprietary dry-cleaning solvent and blot until the solvent is absorbed.

If the stain remains, apply hydrogen peroxide. Use an eyedropper to apply the peroxide directly on the stain. Sponge with cold water and blot dry to remove the hydrogen peroxide.

 

 

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