Cleaning Tip: Removing Nail Polish From Carpet

Begin by putting a small amount of nail polish remover (acetone) on a white paper towel and lightly patting the nail polish on the carpet. Wait for nail polish to soften, then follow-up by patting the nail polish on the carpet with a dry paper towel. Alternate back and forth between patting the nail polish with a paper towel containing nail polish remover, and patting with a dry paper towel. Do not rub the nail polish aggressively, this will push it further down into the carpet. Repeat until all nail polish is removed. If the nail polish does not come out, please call us. We can try other chemicals and heavy-duty vacuum suction, or simply cut the stain out and professionally patch it.

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About All Seasons Carpet & Furniture Cleaning, Inc.

All Seasons Carpet & Furniture Cleaning, Inc has been serving the entire Wasatch Front since 1975. From Provo to Salt Lake City. Owned and operated by James Jennings. Using the most powerful truck mounted machine technology, not those portable push around machines that bump into furniture and walls! Only the hose will enter your home. Call to schedule appointments. We always include pre-treatment spray, steam cleaning, and individual spot dissolvent with each service quote.

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