Welcome to the Oh No!s: tips and tricks for life’s little mishaps Leather:
- 1. Attempt to peel off the nail polish with your finger nail (if already dried)
- 2. Use a dull butter knife to scrape off as much of the liquid as you can (if still wet)
- 3. Still not coming off? Dip a q-tip in acetone (nail polish remover) to try to dab the spill very gently. Switch the q-tip often and do not oversaturate or rub the stain.
WARNING: not all leather can withstand acetone. First, find a small patch that is either hidden or inconspicuous and test if your leather furniture can handle acetone. Fabric:
- 1. Dab the nail polish off with a rag, do not move side-to-side
- 2. Use a clean towel to blot the area between dabs of acetone or nail polish remover (again- try a test section first, as mentioned above)
- 3. Repeat until stain is removed, careful not to saturate the area with too much nail polish remover
- 4. Rinse with warm water
If all else fails: call our trusted friends at Neville and Sons (573) 442-8280 Keep Lifestyles Furniture in Columbia, Missouri, in mind for all of your furniture needs. We carry a wide selection of sofas, tables, chairs, bedroom and dining room sets and home accessories.