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    Default Removing Nail Polish Off Walls

    Hi there...ATM i am spot cleaning my walls(early spring cleaning) And I noticed my niece got hold of that McDonalds Hello Kitty Nail polish stamper..and there ar e few hello kitty's throughout my house.

    I have the chux eraser but that is not doing anything for the nail polish.

    Is there anyway of removing it without damaging my walls??

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    Nail polish remover?? Though that may take the paint off too.

    No idea, sorry.

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    I would dab nail polish remover very lighty and then use some gumption on a cloth..

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    Gumption??

    Sorry I have no idea what that is!!

    Will try lightly dabbing it then...Sucks being in a rental, or else I wouldnt worry about it.

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    i dont know if this will work but try and use soda water always gets the pen off my couch not sure if it will take nail polish off walls but goodluck

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    Just use a dab on nail polish remover on a cotton bud and dab it on a low bit of paint first - then you'll know if it will remove paint or not before trying on the nail polish.

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    Maybe a bit of metho could work or turps. Even sugar soap might be worth a try. I think it is going to be a challenge though.


 

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