Depending on the color and type of plastic surface, you can wet sand the plastic with 1500-2000 grit sand paper. Sand real lightly, and sand enough to see the stains disappearing from the sanding area. Be sure to keep sand paper level with surface, do not used finger tips, will leave grooves. Now depending on the surface rather semi- or glossy, wipe with a degreaser, that does not contain acetone. Spray plastic surface with a clear coat finish, either semi or glossy. Works great on plastic headlights on vehicles.
Acetone corrodes some plastics.
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yes, some plastics will bond with the use of acetone, the chemical reaction causes the plastic components bond
yes it can
with the use of acetone
Acetone usually do not leave stains on marble surfaces
Acetone can dissolve a plastic or Styrofoam cup. Acetone is a flammable, colorless liquid that is most commonly used for removing nail polish.
Yes, it can, just don't add too much acetone.
Answer Acetone will dissolve many dyes so probably yes. Acetone will also dissolve many plastic based cloths.
Sand it and repolish it. The acetone dissolved the polish.