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3 easy ways to remove Nail Polish Stain From Your Bedsheet

We’ve listed 3 easy ways to remove nail polish stains from your Bedsheet!

Spilling Nail polish on your bedsheet can be quite annoying , especially since everyone knows how difficult nail polish can be to remove.

The good news is, You don’t have to throw out your bed sheets just because of one nail polish stain. However, it is important to treat a nail polish stain at first sight when it is easiest to remove.

There are several products and methods that can be used to successfully remove nail polish from bed sheets.

Option 1: Acetone Nail Dissolver

Step 1: Remove the bed sheet from the bed. Do so carefully so that the polish does not transfer to unaffected areas of the sheets.

Step 2: Lay the bed sheet on a flat surface. Blot up as much nail polish as possible using paper towels.

Step 3: Saturate a cotton ball with acetone acrylic dissolver or nail polish remover. Blot the acetone-soaked cotton ball onto the nail polish stain. Avoid rubbing as the nail polish may spread further.

Step 4: Continue blotting the stain with an acetone-soaked cotton ball, switching to a new cotton ball when one becomes filled up with nail polish.

Step 5: Moisten a sponge with plain water. Wipe the stained area with water to remove any residue from the nail polish and acetone.

Step 6: Wash the bed sheet as usual. If you have a dryer, be sure to Inspect the sheets for any trace of the nail polish before placing them in the dryer. The heat from the dryer will set in the stain, making it even more difficult to remove.

Option 2: Hair Spray

Use hairspray on the affected bed sheet for an alternative nail polish removal method.

Step 1: Saturate the stained area of the sheets with the hairspray.

Step2: Scrub gently with an old toothbrush. Bolt up excess moisture from the sheets, along with the nail polish residue, using paper towels.

Step 3: Wash the sheets as usual, remember to inspect them before placing them in the dryer.

Option 3: Hydrogen Peroxide

Only Use hydrogen peroxide if the bed sheets are white or colorfast.

Step 1: Combine equal parts hydrogen peroxide and water into a bowl.

Step 2: Pour the mixture onto the stained area of the bed sheets.

Step 3: Lay the sheets in the sun for about two hours to dry.

Step 4: Apply more peroxide as it begins to dry onto the sheets.

Step 5: Wash the bed sheets as usual once they have sat in the sun for a couple of hours. Inspect them before drying for any trace of the nail polish.

By |2018-11-17T10:55:07+00:00October 18th, 2018|Bedroom, blog, How To|0 Comments

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