Sunday, February 7, 2010

How do I remove nail polish from a wall without taking the paint off with it?

I can't remember what the correct name is but the spongy white magic eraser by Mr. Clean takes off permanent ink marker so it might work for nail polish. It might be worth a try.

When I was a renter and had stains on the walls I used craft paints mixed with white wall paint to match the color of the wall and then used it to touch up the left behind spots. Works very well if you are good at working with colors till you get it right. Be sure your wall paint is flat ,semi-gloss, or high gloss to match with what is already there, in case you end up having to touch up your walls after removing the fingernail polish.How do I remove nail polish from a wall without taking the paint off with it?
try scraping it off with your teeth. if that doesn't work, lick it. sometimes, your tongue works better than your teeth because it has these hooks that just grab onto anything it touches. its actually quite amazing. the tongue is one of the most important parts of your body. did you know that there is this thing called a firdityongular on your tongue and thats what makes it all reddish looking? also, the tongue has different sections on it that helps you taste different things. also, if you cut off the tongue, it regenerates and grows a tongue on the tongue!!! kind of like in the disney movie hercules, when he fights that snake like monster(that part is sooo scary i totally pissed in my pants. but of course i used my tongue to clean that up too because its just so incredibly amazing), and hercules chops off the heads and they just all grow more heads!! good graphics that movie has. you know what else has good graphics? porn. the animation for that stuff is just unbelievable. how do they make it so realistic? in conclusion, tongues are the reason good graphics/animation exist in the world. p.s for more info about tongues go to i get a lot of my research from there. speaking of research. ever heard of yahoo? great place. has a good ask and answer should check it outHow do I remove nail polish from a wall without taking the paint off with it?
Most nail polishes are likely to take the paint off too. I owuld suggest going over the area lightly with Turpentine.. it wont take the apint off. Then just wash it off when the nail polish is gone. Good luck
try polish remover. you may have to touch up the areas where the paint was removed. use polish on your nails in the future.
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