EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPP!!!!!!!!! I got nail-varnish remover on my favourite jeans?!?
Will it take the colour out?? I don't know how the colour was put in these jeans, and the patch has dried and I put some water on the patch and it hasn't taken the colour out but will it wash the colour out when they are washed!?!?!?!?!!?!I only have 2 pairs of jeans so I can't afford for these to be ruined DX waaaaaaaaa-!!! The nail-varnish remover is "Sally Hansen Acetone free for sensitive or artificial nails,,,,with vitamin E and Chamomile"...
I put water on the patch when it was still wet with remover, and rubbed it a little with a tissue.......Will it still take out the colour?? It's ok now buuut....?!?!?! HELP?! Thankyou ^-^!!
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
OMG!! yes it will come out ...put it in the wash right away and then let it air dry...all the best
- Anonymous7 years ago
How to Get Fingernail Polish Remover Out of Clothes
By Julianne Russ, eHow Contributor
Removers for artificial nails and nail polish come in two types: acetone and non-acetone. Salon-quality nail removers may also contain other ingredients, such moisturizing and strengthening agents for fingernails. Acetone is an organic compound that evaporates quickly, leaving a light stain on some fabrics that can be eliminated by a regular stain remover and laundering. However, the other additives in the remover can leave a residue when the stain dries, requiring additional steps to remove it.
Things You'll Need
Laundry stain remover
Liquid dish soap
Clean white cloth
Dry cleaning solution
Removing Acetone Stain
Check the label of the garment for laundering recommendations. Note the instructions to wash the garment in the right water temperature, to prevent shrinking or fading.
Apply a stain remover to the stain, and let it sit for a few minutes before laundering. You may need to wash the garment by hand to remove the stain completely. If you choose to use a washing machine, set it to a prewash cycle that soaks the clothes to release the stains.
Check the stain after the laundry cycle is complete. If the stain has been removed, dry the garment as directed on the care label. Do not dry clothes if the stain is still there. Hot air sets stains, making them difficult -- if not impossible -- to remove. If necessary, air dry the garment, and then try other stain removal methods.
Removing Greasy Residue
Mix 1 tbsp. of liquid dish soap with 2 cups of water. Use clear dish soap that will not stain light-colored fabrics. Dish soaps contain powerful grease-fighting agents that break down the oily stains that the moisturizing ingredients in nail polish removers may leave behind on fabrics.
Soak a white cloth in the dish soap and water solution. Do not use a colored cloth, as it may bleed on the garment. Gently blot the stain. Repeat until the stain disappears.
Take a clean white cloth, wet with cold water and blot the stain area to remove the solution. Dry the garment according to the label directions.
Removing Stains on Dry-Clean-Only Garments
Check the dry cleaning kit for a stain removing pen or gel. These contain mild stain removing ingredients that do not require heavy laundering and don't leave a residue on clothing during the dry cleaning cycle. Apply the stain remover as directed.
Apply dry cleaning solution to a white cloth, if your kit does not have a special stain remover. The solution is milder than a stain remover but works well for light stains.
Blot the stain with the cloth soaked in the solution, and repeat until the stain disappears. Do not apply water to the stain. The dry cleaning solution is formulated to clean garments without water.
Place the garment into a dry cleaning bag, place the dry cleaning cloth inside and close the bag. Place the bag in the dryer, and set the time and temperature as directed on the dry cleaning kit.