I soaked my feet, scrubbed the dead skin away, removed the old polish, buffed the nails, put lotion on my feet and covered them in socks and was headed downstairs to enjoy a cup of Chai tea before I began the arduous task of painting my toe nails.
I grabbed a towel without realizing the nail polish was sitting near it and caused a bottle of clear polish to come crashing to the ground.
It didn't break! But right as I was thinking to myself how lucky I was that it didn't break, the Rich Raspberry came crashing to the ground as well.
So after I said a few choice words and snapped a picture for blog posterity, I immediately grabbed my bottle of acetone (because why use nail polish remover when acetone works so much better?) and got to scrubbing.
The acetone worked quickly and efficiently. The only problem? In my haste to get all the polish up as quickly as possible, I got a lot of it in the grout. So now my grout has a nice pinkish, purplish hue to it.
I vacuumed up all the glass shards and sprayed the grout with a bathroom scrubbing spray with bleach and I'm hoping that does the trick.
Because remember this spill from 6 years ago? I was on my hands and knees just two weeks ago scrubbing what I think to be a tiny remnant of it off the floor.
I can only imagine how many miniscule drops of this Rich Raspberry I'm going to be finding and for how long!