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Nail Varnish On Caravan Window Blind And Curtain?

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Hi All, SWMBO had a faulty cap on her nail varnish and when she shook it she got a splash on the insect net blind and one on the curtain!

Has anyone any experience of removing nail varnish from these items???

Answers on a postcard please!!! Chapmag.

 

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Not got an answer to your question Graeme, but I was reading a classic car magazine the other day and wondering if you were still around, so good to "hear" from you.

 

John.

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Acetone will remove it.

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I think you should just forget about the marks because you are very unlikely to get them off. Nail varnish contains one of a couple of strong chemicals designed to make a colour on a substrate which doesn't really want to be coloured. It's almost indestructible unless desolved by a similar but even stronger chemical. I think it's called nail varnish remover! No, no, no, don't even think about it!

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Chopping fingers off will work - is it too drastic though?

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Chopping fingers off will work - is it too drastic though?

She's keeping her fingers (just). . . as the deed is done.

 

Acetone is the obvious choice. . . but what will it do to the net/curtain???

 

Anyone with experience???

 

TIA. G

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She's keeping her fingers (just). . . as the deed is done.

 

Acetone is the obvious choice. . . but what will it do to the net/curtain???

 

Anyone with experience???

 

TIA. G

Homes in parts of Derby were renowned for needing new net curtains every few months due to solvent emissions from British Celanese - I'd strongly advise testing Acetone on a hidden part of the net first!

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There are non acetone removers available at any high street outlet. Whether they would work I have no idea but worth a test.

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