Solution No 1:-
Scrub the stain with vinegar and water.
Solution No 2:-
Scrub the stain with vinegar and baking soda.
Solution No 3:-
Clean the stain with 100% bleach.
I didn’t have Bleach at home. So not sure about the fact. But majority voted for the best result.
Solution No 4:-
Use Nail polish remover to scrub the stain. Always use white napkin each time you scrub.
It did work. The stain just got vanished like a magic.
There were many more but I stopped my search here.
I am not so much fond of cosmetics. I hardly apply nail polishes and use removers. I bought one nail polish remover a year back in India and it did travel with me in this far away land, kept itself settled in a corner of a shelf without any notice all these months. But now it came like a saviour and emptied itself to save my poor soul from the dismay. Forgot to mention, while I was busy in staining off the parchedness, I felt a pat in my back and found my husband with an impish smile and a question mark in his face. I explained what happened in tears and to my surprise he just smiled and told me not to take too much tension, we would find out some solution. At that moment I just thought that I got the best husband of the world. Any way the little bottle of my nail polish remover saved me and showed me the path of the solution. It would be a great mistake if I would not praise my daughter. During this skirmish she didn’t disturb me for a second. She obeyed my each and every single word to my surprise.
5 days passed but still I can nose the burning smell. I got a solution to obviate the burning smell from the microwave. Put some Orange skin in water and microwave it for 5-6 minutes. It really worked well.
My husband arranged that day a delectable lunch in one of my favourite restaurants to celebrate my win over the tarnish. Whatever happened in between, the day started good and ended good. Truly said - All is well that ends well.