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How to Get Nail Polish Out of Clothes & Fabric

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Uploaded on Sep 23, 2010

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Warning
Acetone should not be used on fabrics that contain acetate or triacetate.

Step 1: Place fabric on flat surface
Place your clothing or fabric on a flat surface with the stain facing down.

Step 2: Use acetone
Get a corner of a paper towel or the tip of a cotton swab wet with nail polish remover or acetone.

Step 3: Dab on the stain
Dab the stain with the solvent, repeating until the stain is removed.

Tip
Use a new applicator each time you go over the stain to prevent the stain from spreading.

Step 4: Wash your clothing
Wash the clothing in the warmest water that is safe for the fabric. When the wash cycle is complete, your clothing will be stain-free.

Did You Know?
The Revlon cosmetics company was founded by a nail polish distributor and a nail polish supplier in 1932.

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