Acrylic nails give women the appearance of strong, long and healthy nails, but the glue used to apply them can be difficult to apply without dripping. Because the glue is very strong, it can be difficult to remove it from the fabric.
Eliminate it as soon as possible to prevent it from adhering completely and you will have to use a solvent to remove it. If it is delicate silk, velvet or lace you can take the fabric to a professional.
These fabrics will not be able to withstand the hard process of removing the glue. A dry-cleaning facility may be able to use professional-level dry cleaning solvent to remove nail glue.
You will need:
Steps to follow:
Dry the wet glue from the fabric if it has not yet hardened.
Scrape the nail glue from the fabric with the edge of a knife. Be careful not to make a hole in the fabric, but work quickly before the glue sets completely.
Dip a small, clean cloth in acetone. Drain it so that it is moist but not too wet.
Dry the nail glue stain with acetone. Work from the edges of the stain towards the center, until the glue is gone or until it is loose enough so that it can be prized on the surface of the fabric.
Immediately rinse the cloth with clean water and wash as you normally do.
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Acetone can damage some fabrics. Apply a little on a hidden area of the fabric, such as an inner seam, before applying over the glue area.