by Karen Bates
(last updated November 16, 2015)
Nail polish allows you to decorate your nails in creative ways. The possibilities are practically limitless when it comes to paining your finger or toe nails, and many people use nail polish on a regular basis to create colorful designs.
Although it can be entertaining to use nail polish, it can have an unfortunate side effect: stains. The stains that nail polish can leave behind on various surfaces other than your nails can be very difficult to remove, especially if you go about it the wrong way. By using proper methods, however, you have a good chance of getting all or most of polish stains off of a surface.
Whether you find a nail polish stain on your clothes, a table, or the floor, you can try some simple methods to remove stubborn spots. If you need to get rid of a stain, try one of these ideas:
With the right tools, you should hopefully be successful in removing nail polish from just about any surface in your home. Take care to prevent spills and stains in the future by protecting surfaces with newspaper or another kind of barrier before painting your nails.
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