Wonderful: 8 unusual uses for nail polish remover
Some bathroom products can have many unsuspected uses. For example, the nail polish remover: there are many homes where you can find it to remove nail polish. It’s self-evident, isn’t it? Well, it turns out that this product can be useful for several other things. See for yourself.
Remove scratches from your watch
If your watch face is plastic and scratched, apply a few drops of remover to a tissue and rub the area to be treated. This method makes it possible to attenuate the scratches which become almost invisible.
Dilute the dried varnish
If your varnish is no longer liquid, you can give it a second life with nail polish remover. Simply pour a few drops of nail polish remover into the nail polish bottle and shake. Your varnish will be liquid again.
Remove Super Glue
Even Super Glue doesn’t stand a chance against nail polish remover! If some drops of glue fall in the wrong place, just pour some glue remover on it, let it work, and wipe it off. Tada! Magic, right?
Remove melted plastic
If for some reason you end up with melted plastic on your baking sheets, pour on some nail polish remover and scrub with paper. Then clean with the product you usually use and you’re done.
As porcelain ages, stains may appear that are nearly impossible to remove with normal polishing. Use nail polish remover on these stains and your porcelain will look like new.
Remove stickers and tape
Stickers and tape that have been stuck on for a long time tend to be difficult to remove and when you do, they usually leave nasty marks. To get rid of them for good, all you have to do is pour a little nail polish remover on a cloth and rub the traces until they go away.
Remove ink from fingers
If you’re a fountain pen lover, you’ve probably had ink on your fingers. Make them disappear quickly and in the blink of an eye using the remover.
Clean the soles of your shoes
Are the white soles of your shoes dirty and starting to turn gray in places? If so, the soap won’t do anything for you. Soak cotton in solvent and rub your soles with it. They will be all white, as on the first day.
Who would have thought that the nail polish remover had so many tricks in its bottle? At two euros on average, the solvent climbs the scale of the essentials of the house. To try absolutely!