Although there are several ways to remove nail polish from a carpet, the easiest method is to blot up excess polish and then use a non-acetone fingernail polish remover. You need clean cloths, paper towels, a non-acetone fingernail polish remover, water and detergent. The process takes under 30 minutes.Continue Reading
Use a paper towel to blot up any excess nail polish in the carpet.
Apply a small amount of fingernail polish remover to a cloth. Rub the spot with the cloth until the nail polish lifts. Don't smear the polish onto adjacent areas.
Using a clean cloth dipped in soapy water, rub the area until the stain is gone. Rinse and dry the carpet.
Nail polish remover can be created by placing two or three drops of nail lacquer thinner into a bottle of nail polish. Running the bottle of nail polish under hot water can also thin the polish.Full Answer >
To take off nail polish, soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, and press the soaked ball over the nail to for a few minutes to allow the polish soften. Wipe away the polish, clean the cuticles, and then wash and moisturize your hands.Full Answer >
To remove nail polish, soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, firmly press the ball over the nail to loosen the polish, and wipe it off. You need a cotton ball, cotton swab, nail polish remover, soap, paper towels, moisturizer and water.Full Answer >
One easy way to get nail polish off without using nail polish remover is to apply a top coat to your painted nails and then immediately wipe it off with a cotton swab or paper towel. The old nail polish comes off with the clear coat.Full Answer >