How to remove Gel Polish from your clothes

Moments spent in the comfort of your home can be as relaxing as a visit to the best salon. After all, a self-prepared manicure not only improves your well-being, but also gives you a sense of satisfaction and allows you to express yourself creatively. So that nothing disturbs you, even during unforeseen complications, we have prepared a guide, thanks to which you will learn how to deal with a gel polish stain on your clothes.

 

How to remove gel polish from clothes?

You get distracted for a second, then spill gel polish and your favourite dress can be thrown away. Many women have certainly experienced moments of sadness and bitterness when similar situations arise. Difficult stains, the removal of which seems almost impossible, can happen to the most attentive person, and the long-awaited moment of relaxation will turn into a nervous search for a stain remover. To avoid such a scenario, see the following ways to save your blouse, dress, or jeans! How to wash off the gel polish from clothes? Some of the ways that work well against regular nail polish stains will work here.

The first rule that will increase the chance of saving your dirty outfit is to react quickly. It is best to try to remove the stain when it is fresh. The home remedy for stubborn stains, still known by our mothers and grandmothers, is a solution of water and baking soda. Add one teaspoon of both products to a small vessel, mix, then soak a cotton ball in the resulting mixture and apply to the wet stain. If the staining is low, this method can be effective and is also minimally invasive. So, it may be the only method you will use on fabrics that are too delicate to clean with acetone or some other chemical.

Another trick that can help is to apply some hairspray or toothpaste. Try it on thin fabrics, which are more problematic with heavy stains because they need to be handled more gently than with jeans or a thick sweater. If you decide to try the above method, wait for the gel polish to dry, then spray the stain with hairspray or rub it carefully with the paste, let it dry again and crumble it gently.

 

How to wash gel polish from clothes?

If your first thought after noticing a gel polish stain was to throw a dirty blouse or shirt into the wash, you may be able to save it. Before throwing clothes in the washing machine sprinkle washing powder on the dirty part of the clothes, wait a few minutes, then with a slightly damp sponge (e.g., an old make-up sponge) try to remove the polish. Only then wash the item.

If you've tried the methods mentioned above and the stain is still fine, try removing it just like removing the gel polish from your nails. Start by removing the dirt with a file, then use a proven agent with Acetone, but before you start doing this, do a test on a small, invisible part of the material and check how it reacts in contact with the remover. Please note that this method may damage delicate fabrics.

Getting your favourite jeans or shirt dirty with gel polish does not have to mean that the item is to be thrown away! Although dealing with such a stubborn stain is not an easy task, there are methods that will allow you to recover your blouse or dress! It is worth trying each of them before we decide to part with your beloved outfit.

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