2 Quick Tips How to Remove Nail Varnish

Do you go to a manicurist or prefer to make your nails by yourself?! Many people (mostly man) think that when a woman go to a manicurist this is a caprice. However, this is not actually true, because many ladies either do not have time to make their own manicure or they just can’t. Having a good looking hands is a sign of a good hygiene and means that the woman takes care of her self … and this is not a crime!

If you have just finished with your house cleaning assignments and it is time for you to take care of your nails, then you probably sit on your coach with all the tools, required for the job and prepare yourself to varnish your nails. However, what happens when you are done with this task, then accidentally you give a look at your couch with hands in the air and what to see … a few drops of your nail varnish have dropped on your floral upholstery? Do not panic! Now, I will tell you how to remove nail vanish from surfaces, quickly and effectively.

1. If you have to clean nail varnish stains on carpets and upholstery, you need to act fast and wash the area with a special carpet shampoo. If the stain is too large and you prefer to not touch it, because you are afraid that you will not be able to clean it, then call a professional. This is the best option you have, otherwise you risk to damage the fabric of your carpet, which will ruin its entire appearance. After all, professional cleaners will tell you how to handle the situation, in the best possible way.

2. If you have spilled some of your nail vanish on clothes, you need to lay the garment face down on a towel. Then, dab the affected area, from other side, using nail-vanish remover. If the stain is still there, cleaners in London advise to try some dry cleaning method.

August 19, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning, Furniture


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