Stains in the bathroom From nail polish and nail polish remover

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Stains in the bathroom? Geberit has the answers. Marianne Krüger, a senior figure in the chemicals industry, explains the unsightly stains that can appear in the bathroom due to nail polish and nail polish remover, and how to prevent them.

Nail polish and nail polish remover contain solvents such as acetone, which attacks materials including plastic and coated surfaces. Here, Marianne Krüger provides some tips on how to prevent this from happening and what to do if you spill nail polish or nail polish remover in the bathroom.

Find out more about the series “Stains in the bathroom? Geberit has the answers”:

Part 1: Stains in the bathroom from hair dye and bleach
Part 2: Stains in the bathroom from hygiene products and bathroom cleaner
Part 4: Stains in the bathroom due to limescale and silicate deposits
Part 5: Stains in the bathroom caused by WC cleaning agents and WC tabs

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