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Question:

What is the best way to get dried blue nail polish out of a beige rug?

Found it on rug after 2 nights, whats the best way to get it out?

Answer:

Often nail polish on carpet or a rug is just on the very tips of the fibers. If this is the case you can just snip the polish off with sharp scissors. Just cut the very tips of the fibers. Work slowly. Don't cut a single millimeter more than you have to and pull up while cutting. This will help prevent divots in the rug. Try your best to do just one or two fibers at a time...not a whole clump. This will work unless you have used nail polish remover and have worked the nail polish deeper into the rug. Good luck. -
Aug 23, 2017
Have you attempted baking soda with ginger ale. location the baking soda at the spots and pour a few ginger ale on it allow it set for a at the same time. Or use orange cleanser diluted with cool water.You too can use somewhat bleach with very bloodless water and a broom, if the carpet is off white this must now not exhibit.Bleach could be very, very powerful so it might exhibit on a darker carpet.
Aug 23, 2017
The only wat is to cut a patch and replace it,you can use carpet in a closet ,cut a square the size of the stain ,than cut out the stained part and replace with the new.I don't think you'll have much luck trying to remove the nail polish with solvent or remover.
Aug 23, 2017

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