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    Default How do you remove nail polish on sheets and clothing

    not sure if this is the right place to put this or not, so sorry if it isn't, my DS found my nail polish, and decided to paint my bed sheet and duvet cover along with my pillow cases and his shorts, how on earth do i get the nail polish off, i'm hoping I dont have to buy a whole new sheet and duvet set, i'm not too worried about the shorts cause they are easily replaced, if anyone has some good suggestions to get it all out, i'll love you forever, oh and my sheets are dark brown and duvet is a light brown swade(sorry can't spell lol) fabric

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    I would've tried nail polish remover... Not sure about the suede though...
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    Oh, I had this problem with my little sister about 12 years ago. Could have killed her. She put red nail polish all over my duvet ....etc.... I tried nail polish remover, it did get rid of the polish but there was a light pink stain there permenantly.

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    try sponging with vinegar or eucalyptus oil....or rubbing bi carb into it then washing

    they are great natural stain removers

    not sure if they wil work on nailpolish tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~GLC~ View Post
    Oh, I had this problem with my little sister about 12 years ago. Could have killed her. She put red nail polish all over my duvet ....etc.... I tried nail polish remover, it did get rid of the polish but there was a light pink stain there permenantly.
    I had the same experience (except it was me who spilled it ) nail polish remover got it off but a hot pink stain is still there, tried everything top get rid of it. In the end had to buy a new one... sorry not much help lol
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