Removing Nail Polish Stain from Berber Carpet?

How do I remove dark blue nail polish that spilled all over my beige Berber carpet?



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February 16, 20090 found this helpful
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When my cat knocked down a glass tray from my dresser and broke a bottle of nail polish in the process, acetone took it all out without hurting the carpet. Of course, I don't know what condition the hardwood floor is in underneath, but hey, if I ever pulled up the carpet, the whole floor would have to be refinished anyway.

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December 31, 20090 found this helpful

While I was painting my toe nails hot pink, I knocked the bottle over onto my beige carpeting. I did a quick internet search and found that shaving cream would clean it up.


I figured I had nothing to lose. Spray some on and start dabbing with a cloth. It worked like magic!

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December 7, 20100 found this helpful

I just spilled teal blue in my bedroom carpet. I jumped up and ran into my bathroom to get every cleaning product. Nothing worked. Then I jumped on my lap top and typed it up on and saw to use nail polish remover which I have very little of. Too my surprise I read a blog where someone used windex and it worked better. It all came out! Yes. It works better than nail polish remover!

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