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Nail varnish on my duvet cover

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LaTrucha Thu 21-Aug-08 19:45:02

Is there anything that can get it out? My SIL just came to stay and I gave her my nicest and newest duvet cover and she spilled her nicest and newest DARK BLUE nail varnish over a big chunk of it. The cover is cream and 100% cotton.

She did buy me a new one but it's a cheapie from Matalan sad. Not quite the same as my fabulous one. sad

lucysmam Thu 21-Aug-08 20:42:25

stain devil maybe for nail varnish?

sad about replacement being not so fabby, hope you get yours sorted smile

LaTrucha Thu 21-Aug-08 21:01:33

I've looked for such a one but not seen it. But we live in a small town. I'm going to try googling it. Thanks for your reply, Lucysmam.

LaTrucha Thu 21-Aug-08 21:05:37

Oh for goodness sake. I've just googlesd it and it says try nail varnish remover (acetone based/non-greasy). DOH!

I'l try it tomorrow.

lucysmam Thu 21-Aug-08 21:09:38

i've tried that before, ended up more of a purpley smudge than removing it! is there a wilko's or do you shop at a major supermarket? they normally stock a range of them

pointydog Thu 21-Aug-08 21:10:57

Nail varnish is a nightmare. Some was spilled on my carpet and teh upholstery cleaning specialist said that nothing will shift it, unless you get nail varnish remover on it before it dries but even then, it's a bugger.

Nail varnish and irn bru were unremovable, he said. Sorry.

fairydust Thu 21-Aug-08 21:11:08

i'm sorry but i tried everything and nothing came off when dd got bright red on hers last yr

southeastastra Thu 21-Aug-08 21:11:54

can't you just turn it over

LaTrucha Thu 21-Aug-08 22:00:45

Bum. I thought it might just smudge.

I could just turn it over, but it's got a kind of pleated design on the 'up' side, which is why I bought it.

FrayedKnot Thu 21-Aug-08 22:07:41

IME....

Bright red-pink on a white duvet cover

Nail varnish remover to begin with (when still fresh) and then it did eventually come out with repeated washing

But I mean washing once a week for several months...

LaTrucha Fri 22-Aug-08 10:23:45

Wow! You're patient. Thanks for the tip.

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