There’s so much more to nail polish remover rather than a perilous smell, toxic substances and bare fingernails or toenails. The noxious, foul-smelling substances present in nail polish remover are extremely potent, they could liquify plastic-type material. Making it obvious why this particular solution is designed to deal with some tricky household tasks.
Nevertheless, with every toxic elements, always keep nail polish remover away from kids, get rid of all remnants immediately after use and refrain from sniffing in the fumes. Keep in mind to use acetone lightly as you don’t wish to tarnish or remove the finished exterior of whichever you’re cleaning.
Easily Remove Stains from China – You’ll be hosting a party and want to show off your precious wedding china but notice some unsightly spots. To get rid of those nasty spots, simply dab a cotton ball on your nail polish remover and gently rub the stains. But be mindful not to go overboard while rubbing it with the remover, otherwise you might scrub off the china’s glaze. Once the spots vanished, you can wash your bone china and use it as usual.
Remove Stubborn Permanent Markers or Ink Stains – They don’t call it permanent marker for no reason. Permanent marker is more likely not a water-soluble if it can’t be wipe off using water and soap. But don’t worry, try soaking the corner tip of a towel with nail polish remover and gently rub the affected areas with the solvent. After getting rid of the marks, just wash it with soap & water.
Remove Sticker Gunk – Rejoice, if you are like me who hates scrubbing off price stickers from the glass objects that commonly leave behind some tacky substance that causes dirt to stick around. Now you can effortlessly take off that sticker gunk from the glass that you’ve just bought by swiping nail polish remover on the area and rinse it off once the job is done.
Dissolve Scratches or Scuffs from Floor – It is such an eyesore to have a scuffed flooring surfaces, besides these floor scratches are absolutely not effortless to remove by merest chance. With the use of a wash cloth or hand towel plus some nail polish remover, you can easily remove those unsightly floor scratches almost immediately. Don’t forget to clean using soap and water as soon as you’re finished.
Unhinge Superglue – I don’t know about you but sad to say that I’ve experienced this several times on occasion when I manage to DIY something and unwittingly got superglue on my fingers. Don’t ever attempt to peel it off since it will result to skin damage as the skin will come off with the adhesive as well. Fix the problem by using cotton ball dabbed in nail polish remover and rub it on affected area to dissolve or loosen the glue.
Salvage Old Correction Fluid or Nail Polish – You don’t have to discard your old nail polish or correction fluid if you noticed that they are getting thick and gloopy. You can bring them back to its normal consistency by simply adding few drops of nail polish remover and shake the bottle gently and they are good to go.
Acts as a Metal Sanitizer – Occasionally, disinfecting or sanitizing your pincers/tweezers, nail file, nail clippers, cuticle clipper and so forth to make them less harmful is the right thing to do. Just simply grab a cotton ball and dip it to the nail polish remover. Then swipe it to your metal tools before totally rinsing them off with soapy water and let them dry.