Do should I get fingernail polish out of a micro fiber couch? By mitasha from Fenton, MO Answers: Removing Nail Polish from Microfiber. Whatever you use to take the polish off, be sure it doesn’t make a worse mess/stain on the material. Steps to Remove the Polish: Start by testing a small, hidden area first to ensure that the nail polish does not remove the upholstery dyes or damage the fabric. After the test area has shown no adverse effects, you are ready to tackle the spill. Begin by scraping away as much nail polish as possible using the spoon or dull knife. Blot wet nail polish with a clean towel. Resist the temptation to rub the stain, as this will spread the nail polish. Test a small amount of acetone nail polish remover on an inconspicuous area of your couch for colorfastness. But when nail polish spills on the microfiber, relaxation goes out the window. The sticky liquid slowly spreads on the upholstery, staining the surface with its colorful dye. Although a nail polish spill is messy, it can get even messier if you’re not careful while cleaning it up. If you have just spilled nail polish on leather, you should immediately try to treat it by scraping the nail polish off of the leather with a small spatula or dull-bladed knife. This works best if the nail polish is still wet, as it will be easier to scrape off the leather. 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. .
Tip #1: My 17-month-old just spilled a whole bottle of red fingernail polish on my light tan micro-fiber couch…tried all the tips and then went and got my bottle of oxi-clean out of the laundry room, a toothbrush, a butter knife to scrape the dried parts with and a cloth…it came completely out!!!…Niki. Tip #2: Spilled a bottle of dark red nail polish on my beige microfiber couch. .