Besides the color pigments in the enamel of nails, it also has ingredients to help it adhere to a surface until it is removed with nail polish remover. But when the enamel ends up on your carpet, you must remove the stain as soon as possible. Instead of using a carpet cleaner, use products that you have in your home to successfully remove stains from nail polish of your carpet.
- Pour baking soda over the entire nail stain on your carpet. Let the baking soda to sit on the enamel for about 10 minutes to absorb the liquid. Use an absorbent such as sodium bicarbonate; it allows you to remove the nail enamel substance without extending further into the carpet fibers.
- A vacuum cleaner helps remove stains that seep into the carpet fibers.
- Vacuum the baking soda and nail polish it is absorbed by the vacuum tube.
- Fill a bowl with white vinegar. Dampen a cloth clean in the vinegar, then dry nail remaining stain your carpet. Spend a clean part of the cloth, reapply vinegar and continues to dab on the stain, working from the outside of the stain toward the center.
- Spray window cleaner on the last remnants of nail polish stain the carpet. Dry the stain with a clean cloth until there are no more traces of nail polish on your carpet.
- Place a clean cloth in the stain of nail polish on the carpet. Stand up or press on the cloth to absorb the maximum amount of moisture from the carpet. Allow the carpet to air dry.