Blot, do not scrub, use nail polish remover but make sure you place some plastic underneath the cloth, nail polish remover will ruin any wood finished table.
Nail polish remover
I have used acetone polish remover to get polish off my good sweater. If there's any place you can test to check the color fastness, try a spot to see. If not it's ok. Try first wetting the spot with polish remover using a tip. The acetone evaporates quickly so you may need to dab the spot on the top of the bottle. Using a clean cloth try to keep it in the exact spot as you wipe. If all else fails and it doesn't look too gaudy, put decorative embroidery patches evenly matched on both sides as it it's supposed to be there. Good luck
Hi Velda: I'd try non-acetone polish remover. Pour some on a cotton ball, hold it on the polish for a bit and lift straight up. Do this, using a clean cotton ball each time, until the polish is gone. It may take a bit, but it should work. Good luck
I will give this a try, Thanks,
I'd try a little nail polish remover on a q-tip first and go very lightly working at it a little at a time. You might need to do it from both sides if it bled through.
Thanks I will try this. Vekda