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3 Ways To Remove Nail Polish From The Floor

If you have accidentally stained your clothes with nail paint, the first thing you may want to do is contain it. Use a paper towel to remove as much nail polish as you can. Make sure not to rub it. You can also use a blunt tool like a butter knife to carefully remove excess nail paint. Once the excess nail paint is removed, it’s time to work on the stain. Made a mess on the floor during one of your manicure sessions? No problem! Here is what you can do to get rid of the stain:

1. To remove a stubborn nail polish stain, soak a cotton patch in rubbing alcohol and leave it on the stain for a few minutes. Then gently scrub out the polish. Repeat the process if the stain doesn’t disappear completely the first time.

Use a small amount of acetone or a nail paint remover containing acetone and a clean cloth to rub off the nail paint from tiles. Follow by wiping the area with water to remove traces of acetone.

For stubborn stains, make a thick paste by mixing some laundry detergent and water. Scrub the stain with this paste and then lay a damp rag over it. Let it sit for about a day or two. Rinse out the paste with water.

Running out of nail paint remover should be the last thing stopping you from putting on a fresh coat of nail paint. With these hacks, you can get rid of your old nail polish without damaging your nails or skin.

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