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cleaning up nail polish mamadebs Due January 14 (boy); 19 kids; Ohio 5007 posts
Mar 12th '12

Is there anything that will take nail polish off of the wall, dresser, and door? My 3 year old got a bottle and painted her room with it when she was supposed to be napping :/

Mrs. Dexter Morgan 18 kids; Massachusetts 37806 posts
Mar 12th '12

Acetone.

eℓℓie☮ 1 child; North Carolina 2081 posts
Mar 12th '12

Nail polish remover.

GrumpsMama 1 child; Whiskey d**k Mountain, WA, United States 16245 posts
Mar 12th '12

Don't use nail Polish remover on wood, or anything with polish or paint.



I'm helpless, just nail polish will remove more then just nail polish

mamadebs Due January 14 (boy); 19 kids; Ohio 5007 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting ❥eℓℓie:" Nail polish remover."


Won't it ruin the wood on the dresser and door, and take the actual paint off the wall?

mamadebs Due January 14 (boy); 19 kids; Ohio 5007 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting sammyℒove:" Don't use nail Polish remover on wood, or anything with polish or paint. I'm helpless, just nail polish will remove more then just nail polish"


That's what I was thinking...I don't want to make it look worse than it does now lol

eℓℓie☮ 1 child; North Carolina 2081 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting mamadebs:" Won't it ruin the wood on the dresser and door, and take the actual paint off the wall?"


Oh my, haha. I suppose it will. I've used it before on a dresser to get nail polish off & a counter top. Not a wall, though. My oops!

GrumpsMama 1 child; Whiskey d**k Mountain, WA, United States 16245 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting mamadebs:" That's what I was thinking...I don't want to make it look worse than it does now lol"



haha, well..really, theres nothing I could think of. If it was bad enough...You could just get a sample paint can from Lowes (they're like $3.00) and do some touchups on the wall & door.



I don't know about the dresser. Maybe you could sand it down and re polish it?



--this is just what I would do, lol

1&1 We're Done! 2 kids; Nevada 10963 posts
Mar 12th '12

Rubbing alcohol

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting mamadebs:" Won't it ruin the wood on the dresser and door, and take the actual paint off the wall?"



YES!!!!!

Call your local furniture store and see if you can get some matching stain for the dresser. As for the paint, hopefully you have some matching paing left.

Good luck!

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55983 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting ❥eℓℓie:" Oh my, haha. I suppose it will. I've used it before on a dresser to get nail polish off & a counter top. Not a wall, though. My oops!"


Was the dresser real wood or laminate?

[♥Permanent♥] 50 kids; Georgia 2956 posts
Mar 12th '12

My daughter painted the carpet o_O its horrible. Tan carpet with red polish. Ugh

mamadebs Due January 14 (boy); 19 kids; Ohio 5007 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting Not tellin:" Was the dresser real wood or laminate?"


It's actually 2 dressers, one was my husband's when he was a baby- and it's real wood but painted blue (by my MIL when she was pregnant) and the other one is laminate I think.

Amy Marie Arceneaux 1 child; Georgia 153 posts
Mar 12th '12

try magic eraser. i dont know if it would take nail polish off but it takes marker off! haha

mamadebs Due January 14 (boy); 19 kids; Ohio 5007 posts
Mar 12th '12
Quoting M0M T0 B3:" My daughter painted the carpet o_O its horrible. Tan carpet with red polish. Ugh"


oh no! My little sister did that once too- my mom ended up tearing up that carpet and putting tile down. I kind of wish my LO would have done the carpet, I've been wanting to replace the carpet in her room forever but DH wants to wait- that would have been a good excuse!