Well known as the main ingredient of nail polish remover, acetone also has a surprising number of other uses in the home – including glass cleaning and even removing the kids’ scuff marks from walls.
Important note on stain removal:
Before you begin, remove as much of the solids as possible, and blot up as much liquid as possible. Dab the stain, don’t rub. Begin at the outer edge of the stain, working your way towards the centre. If possible apply treatment from the back of the fabric. Be cautious with application, by applying too much solvent or rubbing too vigorously you risk spoiling the fabric. Never strengthen solutions if they don’t work. Always rinse fabric and let dry before trying another remedy. If you decide to take fabric to a professional cleaner, tell them what caused the stain and what home treatments you have already tried.
Mixture to remove scuff marks from floors or walls:
Mix 1 tablespoon of Home Essentials Acetone to 1 cup water, blend and then rub on floor or wall. Use a gentle cloth or brush that won’t damage surface.
Always patch test before using acetone on any surface. Some surfaces may be specially prepared or coated. If in doubt, contact the manufacturer before attempting stain removal or cleaning.
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