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6 things you can do with nail polish remover:


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    6 things you can do with nail polish remover:

    6 things you can do with nail polish remover:

    Nail polish remover is also known as a glue remover as it can remove the strong glue from sticky hands, stickers from glass or utensils easily. This handy acetone bottles can be use for cleaning. Want to find out the uses of nail polish remover. Read on...

    Remove glue:
    This is one of the best uses of a nail polish remover. Glue is very strong and can even become difficult to peel off from the skin. To unhinge the super strong glue, use nail polish remover. Do not try to peel off the glue with your hand as it can be harmful for the skin. Dip a cotton ball in acetone based nail polish remover. Rub on the skin that is glued and see the magic. Even stickers and the glue stains from glass can be removed with some nail polish remover.

    Remove stains from china clay utensils:
    Have oil or turmeric stains on your clay utensils? Dip a cotton ball in nail polish remover. Rub on the utensil and get a stainless utensil in just a few seconds.

    Clean tiles:
    Have your tiles become dirty and look yellow? Just scrub it with nail polish remover. All the stubborn stains and scuffs will vanish with the acetone based nail polish remover.

    Remove ink stains:
    There are few ink solutions that are not water soluble. You try with water and soap but the skin looks blue, black or red. Make it easy to remove by applying nail polish remover. This is one of the things that you can do with a nail polish remover, get rid of ink stains.

    Remove permanent marker stains:
    Wrote with a permanent marker on the office board? Tried painting the glass with a permanent marker by mistake? Do not worry. You can clear of the mess by rubbing nail polish remover.

    Sanitizer for metal products:
    Metal products are very prone to rust, fungus and bacteria. Remove all these by using nail polish remover. This is one of the best things you can do with a nail polish remover. Clean the metal products like razors or tweezers.

    These are few amazing uses of a nail polish remover

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    Re: 6 things you can do with nail polish remover:

    These are very good ideas and making nail polishes to be universal stain removers, cleaning agents etc. thanks for your suggestions Viji


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    Re: 6 things you can do with nail polish remover:

    very nice idea,,, ithil ithanai vishayangal unda!!!

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    Re: 6 things you can do with nail polish remover:

    nice tips friend

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