Are your nails painted a bold color and you can’t seem to get it off your clothes? This post will show you how to remove dried nail polish from clothes without any harsh chemicals.
How to Remove Dried Nail Polish Stains From Clothes without Nail Polish Remover
One of the most common problems people have with getting nail polish off their clothes is that acetone is apparently not the best way to go about it. Acetone is a common nail polish remover, but it can also cause skin irritation and even chemical burns. If you need to remove nail polish from clothes, there are a few things you can do:
– try using a non-acetone cleaner, like a soap or shampoo;
– use a hair dryer on a low or cool setting;
– use a fabric softener;
– use a citrus-scented acetone remover like 306 (available at most beauty stores); or
– try using a nail polish remover specifically designed for clothes, like Goof Off Nail Polish Remover (available at most grocery stores).
Acetone is a very strong solvent that can dissolve most types of nail polish. Vinegar is a powerful cleaner and will also dissolve nail polish. Soap is a mild surfactant that helps the acetone and vinegar clean the nail polish off of the clothes. Laundry detergent will help clean the acetone and vinegar off of the clothes.
If you have nail polish that has dried on your clothes, there are a few ways to remove it. You can use a hairdryer on low heat, put the clothes in the freezer for a few minutes, or use a nail polish remover.