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Nail Polish

Remove nail polish from glass, laminate, fiberglass, metal, wood, porcelain, plastic (may etch some plastics always test a small area first), vinyl, furniture, windows, brick, ceramic, counter tops, flooring, granite, marble, concrete, stone, and tile:

  1. Apply EZ Strip All Purpose Remover
  2. Wait typically 5 – 15 minutes wait time dependent on type of paint being removed test a small area first
  3. Scrub and wipe clean with warm water

Remove nail polish from your car, truck, boat, recreational vehicle, and motorcycle:

  1. Apply EZ Strip All Purpose Remover to area
  2. Wait up to 5 – 15 minutes
  3. Scrub area with bristle scrub brush, rinse with water or power wash off
  4. Caution EZ Strip may etch some plastics, not meant for use on vehicle painted surfaces that are not factory finish (painted patch jobs, paint pen touch ups) always test a small area first

Remove nail polish from carpet or rugs:

  1. Pretest on an inconspicuous area
  2. Apply EZ Strip All Purpose Remover
  3. Wait 5 – 15 minutes
  4. Blot gently to remove with a clean, white cloth and warm water
  5. Reapply as needed
  6. Use caution not to over saturate the area with EZ Strip

Remove nail polish from chairs, couches, sofas, and upholstery. Caution may not be suitable for synthetic fabrics. Do not use on leather:

  1. Pretest on an inconspicuous area
  2. Apply EZ Strip All Purpose Remover
  3. Wait 5 – 15 minutes
  4. Blot gently to remove with a clean, white cloth and warm water
  5. Reapply as needed
  6. Use caution not to over saturate the area with EZ Strip

Remove nail polish from clothing. Caution may not be suitable for synthetic fabrics. Do not use on leather:

  1. Apply EZ Strip All Purpose Remover
  2. Wait 5 – 15 minutes
  3. Blot stain with a clean, white cloth and warm water

EZ Strip All Purpose Remover

EZ Strip Quick Kit

Nail Polish Removal