It is not that difficult to get your nail polish off even when it gets in contact with clothing or furniture. This includes all types of wooden surfaces, your clothes, hair, and even carpets.
The point is to act as fast as possible before the nail polish dries out completely. But did you know that you can remove this beauty product by means of simple things that you already have at your home? Let us teach you how to fix the problem.
Removing Polish from Carpet
Carpets of light colors can be cleaned from nail polish by means of a non-acetone polish remover. If the carpet is of darker shades and you are not sure if your polish remover is safe to use on the carpet, try hair spray or alcohol. Use a sponge or paper to blot the polish up. Repeat the procedure until you completely get rid of the polish.