How to Remove Nail Polish Without Nail Polish Remover
There are times when you desperately need to get rid of your old nail polish, but there is no remover. No problem. 5-Minute Crafts has a list of products you can use in case of an emergency, so you can remove your polish safely.
- Scrub your nails with basic toothpaste or one that contains baking soda.
- Do it for a few minutes.
- Wipe your nails with a cloth afterward.
- Spray some perfume on a tissue.
- Rub your nails with this tissue until the polish comes off.
- Soak your nails in lukewarm soapy water for 5 minutes.
- Cut a lemon slice and gently scrub it over your nails.
- Apply nail oil afterward, so you keep your nails in good shape.
- Soak your nails in some hand sanitizer to see if the varnish softens.
- Rub it off with a cotton ball or a cloth.
- Mix 2 parts hydrogen peroxide with 1 part hot water.
- Soak your fingers in the water and use a nail file to remove the polish.
6. Use vinegar.
- Soak your nails in warm water for 10-15 minutes.
- Mix equal parts lemon juice and vinegar.
- Soak a cotton ball in the mixture and press it onto your fingernails. Hold it for 10-20 seconds.
- Use another cotton ball to wipe the excess off.
- Moisturize your nails afterward.
- Spray deodorant directly on your painted nails.
- Rub the polish off with a cotton pad. This may take some time.
8. Use hair spray.
- Spray the hair spray directly on your nails.
- Use a napkin or cotton ball to remove the nail polish immediately.
- Repeat the process until everything is completely removed.
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