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Alternatives To Nail Polish Remover
Don't have nail polish remover? Try these simple methods as alternatives.
1st Alternative- Deodorant
Step One: Find some spray deodorant. Many deodorants have solvents that can be a wonderful remover for anything that can't be cleaned very easily, from nail polish to markers.
Step Two: Spray some deodorant from as close to your nails as you can. Make sure you don't injure yourself if the deodorant has a quick evaporating propellant that will cause freeze burns— it will work better this way.
Step Two: Rub your nails with a handkerchief or napkin. The nail polish won't go away immediately; just persist until your nails are clean.
2nd Alternative- Top coat
Step One: Find some top coat nail polish. Or any nail polish you have on hand.
Step Two: Apply it to your painted nails.
Step Three: Quickly get a cotton swab/round and wipe it off. It should come off.Repeat this step if nail polish is stubborn.
Third Alternative: Perfume
Step One: Use old perfume that you don't have any use for.
Step Two: Soak a cotton ball with perfume. You can either spray it on the cotton ball or dip it in the perfume.
Step Three: Rub the perfume soaked cotton ball over your fingernails and on the polish. The nailpolish will lift with ease.
Step Four: Repeat until all nails are clean.
Find some hand sanitizer. Squirt a little of the hand sanitizer on the nail. However, don't use a lot. Rub the hand sanitizer across the nails. Rub until the polish starts to come off. Repeat until the polish comes off all of the nails.
Soak your hand in warm soap water for 2-3 minutes to help remove the nail polish.
This uses the same concept as the deodorant. Spray a little on all of the nails and rub with a cloth to remove.