How To Get Nail Polish Out Of Fabric, Leather And Just About Anything Else (VIDEO)

Nail polish is only meant to go on your nails -- and for a good reason. Getting polish stains out of your clothes, carpet or furniture can be a total pain (and often seems next to impossible). But thankfully, the folks at PopSugar Beauty have discovered how to get nail polish out of just about anything.

If you're trying to get it out of fabric, all you need is a little hairspray (Ed. note: Hairspray also works wonders if you need to get ink off of your fresh manicure). If you get nail polish in your hair, coconut oil will save the day. And if you happen to make a mess on your leather couch, have no fear, a little rubbing alcohol and a white vinegar and olive oil mix will clean it right up.

Watch the video above for all the tips on removing pesky nail polish stains.

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