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By Nonja K. (Guest Post)01/17/2009
Here are a few ideas that may do the trick. The first is to try a product called "goof off". It comes in aerosol and liquid formula. I have found the liquid to work better and be easier to control. I would suggest trying in an inconspicuous area first to make sure it won't discolor the floor.
Another idea is to perhaps use a hairdryer to heat up the polish and then an old credit card to scrape the polish up as it softens.
By Anonymous 11/06/2008
If you use nail polish remover just make sure it's non-acetone.
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How can I remove dried pink nail polish from a hard wood floor? I don't want to damage my floor, but need to remove a dried fingernail polish patch about the size of an adult hand.
Ruth from Salt Lake City, Utah
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