There are a range of carpet stains that can offer real challenges. Nail polish is most definitely one of those. Why?
- It may be because it is quick to dry. The nail polish soaks into the carpet fibres quickly and dries
- You are more than likely using a nail polish with colour in it. This means that you have the challenge of the actual polish as well as the colour stain left once the polish has been removed.
- Nail polish odour. It is likely that the nail polish stain has a strong odour. It is important that the stain can be removed as well as the odour that is left from the polish.
Advice for removing nail polish can be varied
So much information is given and much of these can cause problems for your carpets. Just some of the products advised include alcohol-based cleaning products, bleach and even toothpaste. Some of these products can cause much more damage to your carpets so it is important that you select the best one for your particular stain and carpet.
Some carpets can deal wit bleach and other will be ruined. You need to know which category your home carpets fall into. If you treat the carpet stain with bleach you need to be confident that you will not be bleaching the colour out of your carpet. You may not have a nail polish stain but instead a huge bleached mark around where the nail polish once was.
Therefore, it is important that you seek the help of a professional carpet cleaner. We are confident in our ability to deal with your nail polish carpet stain quickly and appropriately. Your carpet will be cleaned and protected without further irreversible damage.