Tuesday, January 24, 2012

How to Remove Nail Polish Stains from Upholstery

Nail polish stains are one of the toughest to remove from any fabric. If you don't act quickly enough and clean them immediately, then the stain will dry up and stay forever on the fabric. Getting a fabric stained with nail polish is also relatively easy, just one second of carelessness in you have stained your shirt, or carpet, or the upholstery. If such disasters happen you should always know what to do, so here are few useful tips that will help you learn how to remove nail polish stains from upholstery.

The most important thing in the cleaning of any nail polish stains is to catch the stain as quickly as possible. The dried nail polish stains are very hard to remove. So taking immediate actions is of an essence. To remove nail polish stains cleaners Nine Elm recommend using the following products and tools; an eye dropper, acetone, clean cloth towel, sponge, dry-cleaning solvent, hydrogen peroxide.

The first order of business when cleaning nail polish stains from upholstery is blot the excessive of cosmetic product. After that take the eye dropper and drop several drops of acetone directly onto the stain, blot immediately after that. Repeat the same process several times until no more of the stain transfers from the upholstery to the towel.

To remove the last traces of the nail polish stains from the upholstery sponge the stain with dry-cleaning solvent, then absorb the solvent. If even this does not remove the stain cleaners Noak Hill suggest using hydrogen peroxide with an eye dropper on the stain. Rinse the peroxide with sponge and cold water and then blot the stained area.

Cleaning nail polish stains from upholstery is tough job especially if you don't know how to do it and which tools and products to use. Acting quick is also very important when cleaning nail polish stains from upholstery.


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