How to Easily Remove Nail Polish From Your Carpeted Floors and Stairs!

2 Materials
$1
12 Minutes
Easy

My two-year old beautiful daughter, Miss Lacee Grace, just loves having her nails done! The only problem is…. that she is two going on ten — and now thinks she can paint her nails all by herself!
how to easily remove nail polish from your carpeted floors and stairs
Eeeek!!! Yes, go ahead and judge my parenting skills — epic fail, I know! No matter where I hide it, that little one always finds it! And so, hence today’s post: How to Easily Remove Nail Polish from your Carpet! 
how to easily remove nail polish from your carpeted floors and stairs
The first thing that I did was pour some rubbing alcohol on the stain, and let it soak into the carpet for about 10 minutes. Next, I took an old rag and started scrubbing! Scrub, scrub, scrub!
how to easily remove nail polish from your carpeted floors and stairs
And to my amazement — It started working! See?! See?!
[Psst! Here's another fast acting stain removal tip: How to Get Rid of that Icky Grime Line on your Boat!]
how to easily remove nail polish from your carpeted floors and stairs
I scrubbed for about two minutes, and then it was all clean! Next I rinsed my rag with cold water and gave the carpet another little scrub just to help dilute any rubbing alcohol that hadn’t fully evaporated yet. So easy, right?!

Suggested materials:

  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Rags
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