How do you remove nail polish from a painted wall?
Try Mr Clean Erasers.
get a paint sample that would match the color as your wall take that paint sample and paint over the nail polish this will take away the polish (sort of) let it dry for a while and then paint another coat wait another hour paint the third coat wait a half hour then put a glaze on the third coat of paint to make it look like the rest of the wall exactly thats how…
I would use nail polish remover that is 100% acetone. I have used nail polish remover on linoleum tile and laminate counter tops to remove wall paint and it worked great. I just tried nail polish remover on the tile in my bathroom and it was fine. You won't have to worry about damage. If you are worried about damage try it on a little spot that isn't too visible first.
On the the ceramic tile you can use nail polish remover. Get set up first! Have a small bowl of warm soapy water ready, then take a small amount of nail polish remover on a piece of cotton ball and rub a tiny area to test and if all is well take the rest of the nail polish off and IMMEDIATELY wipe it off with the warm soapy water and take a paper towel and…
It does depend. Because some ail polish removers will remove the paint depending on the paint used on the wall. But I've used a small amount of comet n a scrubby spung, by lightly wipping, or using a spic n span SOS pad does wonder wth hair dye on skin, as well as nail polish on wood flooring and walls as well as pretty much anything. Goo gone works awesome for everything too.
Why does my house smell either like eletrical fire or nail polish remover coming out of the AC vents?
WD-40 and a towel, It will dissolve the remaining glue. If it is a large area, use a paint scraper. Lighter fluid, nail polish remover or lighter fluid will also work as well. Aldi's Royale furniture Polish, lemon fresh on bedroom doors to remove old greasy marks left by the yellow tack and blue tack worked perfectly.