Remove Nail Polish Carpet

How to get nail polish out of carpet

Step by step instructions for how to remove nail polish carpet.

Carpets see a lot of wear, tear, spots, and stains. One stain that we often see is nail polish. Learn how to get nail polish out of carpet with these easy steps.

Cotton or Wool Carpeting

  1. Apply nail polish remover to a sponge or paper towel
  2. Blot the area
  3. Repeat this process until the nail polish is removed

If you’re working with dry nail polish, try to scrape away as much as you can. You can also grab a tweezer and try to pick out as much dried nail polish as possible. Then, start with step one above.

Synthetic Carpeting

  1. Blot up excess nail polish
  2. Call Woodard for further assistance

NEVER use nail polish remover to remove stains on synthetic carpeting. Synthetic carpeting is composed of machine-made fibers. There are four major types of synthetic fiber used in carpeting: nylon, polyester, polypropylene, and triexta.

Need a little extra help?

If the stain is still present, give us a call! Our residential carpet cleaning crews are happy to come out and work on removing the stain. Woodard services everyone from St. Charles County to St. Louis County and even parts of Illinois! While our crew is in your home, we recommend adding on Scotchgard as a preventative step to help protect your carpets from future spots, spills, and stains.

About Woodard Cleaning & Restoration

Woodard Cleaning & Restoration was founded in 1946 by Earl and Nancy Woodard. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Woodard services the greater metro area (Illinois, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, St. Louis County, and many more). Woodard is proud to serve as the preferred provider for cleaning & restoration services. Our cleaning services include carpet, hard surface, furniture, and rug cleaning for both residential and commercial properties. We also provide water, fire, board-up, storm and smoke restoration services for residential and commercial clients. For information or questions submit a form online or call us at 314-227-3932.

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Updated 8/18/2020