You own a richly luxurious and genuinely expensive piece of carpeting in your living room. Well, that’s pretty cool. But, what if you accidentally spilled nail polish on your Carpets? Obviously, the carpet won’t be looking any good with the nail polish stains all over its surface.
And, you must be looking forward to some efficient ways to take the nail polish out of your luxurious carpets Dubai i.e. ways that don’t damage the carpet surface but only take the stain out effectively. If that’s the case, then you’ve stumbled across the most informative piece of writing in this regard.
Being the professionals at Design Furniture, we’re going to illuminate various ways in this blog post to help you get that nail polish stain out of your carpet. All the tips and tricks explained would require simple household items that aren’t too expensive to be purchased (if not available) therefore, you need not worry about the economical aspect.
The Various Tips & Tricks Explained To Remove Nail Polish Stains From Carpet
The best approach is to find a solution when the nail polish stain is fresh i.e. the carpet fibers won’t soak the stain and the stain won’t become resistant. However, there’s no need to worry if the carpet stain is a bit old and has become resistant. In this article, you’ll find various tips and tricks explained in detail, and can easily apply the one that fixes your problem. So, let’s start with the first nail polish stain-removal technique on our list.
1. Use White Vinegar To Remove The Stain
- Soak a clean soft rag or piece of cloth in a generous amount of white vinegar solution (vinegar + water solution in appropriate proportions).
- Apply some amount of white vinegar over the stain and let it be for at least 10 minutes of time.
- Now, wait until the vinegar is absorbed into the carpet fibers (you’ll notice the stain losing its strength).
- Now, blot the stain using another clean piece of cloth or you can try scrubbing the stain mark with a clean rag.
- Most probably, all the stains will be removed, and if not then repeat the process to weaken the staining strength.
- After that, wash the stained area with water and rub the carpet fibers with a soft-bristled brush to take out the vinegar trapped in the fibers.
- Finally, let the stain spot be air-dried completely.
2. Treat The Stain Using Baking Soda & Ginger Ale Combination
- First, you’ll have to apply a generous amount of baking soda to the stain.
- Then, soak the stained area using Ginger Ale.
- Let the solution be absorbed into the stained carpet fibers for at least 10-12 minutes.
- Blot or rub the stain using a clean rag or soft piece of cloth.
- You’ll notice the stain disappearing.
- After the stain’s gone, vacuum-clean the area for taking out baking soda residues from the carpet fibers.
- Leave the carpet to air dry.
3. Spot Treat The Stain Using Commercial Cleaning Products
There are many commercial cleaning products that you can buy for nail polish stain removal purposes i.e. ammonia window cleaner, gum or adhesive remover, dry cleaning agents, etc. However, the general procedure to apply these cleaning products on the Outdoor Carpet surface is as under;
- Dry cleaning chemicals contain volatile chemicals and therefore have proper safety measures i.e. rubber gloves, full-sleeve clothes, etc.
- Apply the product over the stained carpet area and rub the carpet surface.
- Wait for the stain to absorb the chemical.
- Remove the stain using a rag or clean piece of cloth.
- Let the carpet dry completely.
4. Apply Nail Polish Remover To The Carpet Stain
- Well, don’t apply the nail polish remover directly over the stain. That’s because it may discolor the carpet and therefore, do more harm than good!
- Always test the nail polish remover on an old patch of carpet (if you have one) or some unnoticeable part of the carpet.
- To avert any chances of damage, you should buy an acetone-free or non-dye nail polish remover separately.
- Now, soak a clean rag with the remover and blot the stain until it comes off.
- Be careful, not to scrub the stain because it will broaden the stained carpet area.
- This method works best when applied on fresh stains and not the other way around.
- Also, if don’t have nail polish remover, alcohol can be a great substitute.
5. Take The Stain Out Using A Hair Spray
Well, this might sound absurd but it’s a fact that hairsprays with high alcohol content are one of the most effective ways to get rid of nail polish stains from Sisal Carpets. However, don’t try using non-alcohol hair spray because that will make the stain more resistant in nature.
- To begin with, catch a sharp knife in your hand and try to carefully scratch out as much nail polish as you can from the carpet.
- Blot the stain with a clean piece of cloth dampened in cold water.
- Spray at least 10-15 times over the stained area.
- Soak a clean rag in alcohol and apply over the stain.
- Make use of a soft-bristled brush to remove the stain and clean the carpet.
- Vacuum-clean the stained area of the carpet.
6. For Shaggy Carpets; Cut Out The Stained Carpet Fibers
Shaggy Carpets have long strands of fibers. Therefore, you can easily take the nail stain out by cutting some fabric from the top of the carpet without making a noticeable difference. For this purpose, you should try scratching the carpet fibers to cut the fabric as less as required.
7. Use A Combination Of Warm Water & Dish Soap
This can prove to be a greatly effective and efficient method for taking out nail polish stains from Wall to Wall Carpets. For this purpose, you need to apply this chemical combination using a soft clean cloth over the stained carpet area. Then, rub the stained fabrics gently to weaken the staining strength. Repeat the process until the stain goes away.
In this article, we’ve suggested different effective methods that can help you remove nail polish stains from your luxurious carpet surface. From household cleaning agents to commercial chemicals used for stain removal purposes, we have explained each and every technique for your help. Following any of these methods as explained, you can easily remove nail polish stains from carpets no matter how resistant they are!