Removing Nail Polish on Carpet – Fresh Stains
As soon as you notice the spill, grab a clean dish cloth or paper towel and try to absorb as much of the polish as possible. Whatever you do, don’t scrub or rub at the stain, but try to lightly dab at it – this will prevent the stain from spreading, and help to make the process of getting nail polish out of carpet much easier.
Removing Nail Polish on Carpet – Dried Stains
So it’s a few weeks later, and horror of horrors, you spot a splash of polish that you didn’t see before, meaning it has now worked its way deep into your carpet. Like with a fresh stain, you need to get rid of as much excess as possible – so grab some tweezers and get to work at picking away any excess. To make this easier, dampen the stain with a cloth.
Once you’ve removed as much excess as possible, fresh and dried-in nail polish stains can be removed in exactly the same way. Here’s our top three ways to remove nail polish from carpet.