5 Amazing Ways To Use Nail Polish Remover

Use Nail Polish Remover

Do you know that your nail polish remover can be used in many other ways that just removing the polish? You can use this not so popular beauty product to remove stains from your costly bone china, use it to sanitize metal, clean your leather shoes etc. Let’s check out some other interesting and not so known uses of nail polish remover.



5 Amazing Ways To Use Nail Polish Remover:

Bone China

Clean Your Bone China

If you find some ugly stains on your costly bone china, use your nail polish remover to clean them. You can also remove the food stains with the help of this beauty product. Just apply a few drops of the remover on the spot and wipe it with a clean cotton cloth.



Leather Shoes

Clean Your Leather Shoes

So, you have decided to wear those lovely leather shoes but, you find out some ugly stains on them. What to do next? Girls, you don’t have to worry much, just take some nail polish remover on a cotton cloth or a sponge and rub it on your shoes. Wait for few seconds and now you are ready to wear your shoes again sans any stains.

Remove Ink Stains

Remove Ink Stains





No need to worry about those stubborn ink stains on your husband’s or kid’s shirt. Just dip a cotton ball in some nail polish remover, rub it on the stain and clean it with water. If the stain is removed completely, you can wash the shirt(s) with the detergent.

Stickers

Remove the Stickers

If you have tried everything to remove those stickers from a metal or glass surface, this time try some nail polish remover. Just apply 2-3 drops of the remover directly on the sticker and wipe it with a clean cloth. You will see the sticker(s) coming off easily from the surface.



Remove Sticky Adhesive

Remove Sticky Adhesive

You are working on a project with some adhesive and it sticks on your fingers. Well, it happens with everyone. Do not try to rub your hands to remove it. Also don’t rub soap on the fingers as it might peel off your skin. Just dip a cotton ball in the nail polish remover and rub it gently over the fingers. You will see the adhesive slowly coming off your fingers.