How do you remove fingernail polish off fingernails without fingernail polish remover?
It will wear off , eventually, but you can buff it off with a fine grit nail file or emery board. Just don't rub too hard, and be careful around your cuticles.
That answer was good, but i have a better one:
1. Buy spray on deodorant
2. Spray your nails, try not to get to much on your skin
3. Let the deodorant soak there for a little bit (1-2 mins)
4. Take a napkin or hanker chief and rub your nails with it
5. It may not all come off good enough for you, if not repeat steps 2-4
Happy nail polish removing :)
Sometimes, if you get your fingernails wet, you can take time to scrap the polish off. It takes a while, but it works! :-D
it shouldn't hurt but maybe you are allergic to the fingernail polish or fingernail polish remover you are putting on
Certain medications/drugs & Fingernail polish remover are the basics.
acetone will remove fingernail polish
Try fingernail polish remover.
nail polish remover is what you use to get nail polish off your fingernails. :)
Fingernail polish remover. :-)
Nail polish remover or acitone
nail polish remover.
Use nail polish remover.
Nail polish remover.
you either gently scrape it of or you try acetone which is fingernail polish remover. the problem is that it may damage the coating on the table.
No, Fingernail Polish is used to paint your fingernails. Or else they would not call it fingernail Polish. If you were more than Likely to Use Fingernail Polish to Remove Warts, the Wart Would Not Remove. This is because, the Wart Continues to get bigger, as you leave the fingernail polish on.
You can remove dry fingernail polish from a wood laminate floor by first using fingernail polish remover or acetone to cut the polish. Then, use your fingernail to scrape the remaining polish from the floor.
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No, the solvent is organic.
no it does not
Fingernail polish remover is acetone, which has a formula of (CH3)2CO. Using the Periodic table and a bit of addition, we come up with a molar mass of 64.06g.
you go get nail polish remover at a store. The only glitch is, do not use nail polish remover if the carpet contains acetate.
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try nail polish remover or goof off
I'm pretty sure nail polish remover will work
The smell of fingernail polish remover could make a pregnant woman feel nauseous or faint. It is best to stay away from toxic fumes during pregnancy.
I'm sure there must be a good story behind this question... Fingernail polish dissolves well in acetone. Acetone is not particularly toxic but it should not be taken internally. It is going to burn if your lips are cracked or chapped but not a whole lot worse than the polish itself did when it was initially applied. The lips do not offer a good substrate for the fingernail polish to adhere to so the best… Read More
I think the cut would get infected.
You could try using fingernail polish remover!
Try some fingernail polish remover.
it hurt alot. burns even.
you use ur fingers or finger nails and scrape it off. if its not essential that u need to get it off now then wait until it chips off. its much easier to scrape it off when its chipped.
Use some nail polish remover and a cotton ball to remove it.. (:
Nail polish can be traced back to at least 3000 BC when it originated in China
nil polish remover, you can get it from anywhere; sally's salon, walmart, etc. :)
Some people get a slight high from inhaling fingernail polish remover, others get headaches, nauseous or dizziness. Some people, if they purposefully inhale fingernail polish, may get nose bleeds, fatigue, shaky hands, dizziness when standing even after you've stopped inhaling, and bad chest pain. Fingernail polish remover is considered an inhalant if used as one. So, it can be detrimental to one's health.
Unfortunately, nail polish remover is mainly a solvent- acetone. Depending on the type of tile, it Is possible that nail polish remover has dissolved part of the tile. This cannot be undone, and that tile would have to be replaced.
Use nail polish remover. Dab some on a cotton ball and remove the polish like on your fingernail.
A good wash or try scraping it off
Washing it off with soap and water will normally do.
Alcohol is like a cleanser for nail polish and it's also present in nail polish remover
fingernail polish remover:) you can also use more nail polish to get it off. i know it sounds weird, but if you put more on over top of it, it makes the old polish get wet like the new polish so it slides of easier.
you can use fingernail polish remover! that might work give it a shot
fingernail polish remover - or let it wear off
Use scotch tape around all edges and then remove rest with nail polish remover.
You can use fingernail polish remover (Acetone) but there are lots of different random cleaners that might work. If the material is not "fragile" I suggest trying some (or all:) the stain removers in your stash.
No, you need fingernail polish remover with acetone. With vinegar, you will just seriously dry out your skin.
I used fingernail polish remover, very delicately, and it worked!
Well, wiping it off would be a good idea.....
One way to take scratches out of Brass is to use Brass polish. Another way is to use fingernail polish remover.
You go to Shoppers Drug Mart, Wal-mart, A mani/pedi place, AND BUY NAIL POLISH REMOVER. ANSWER: Acetone will remove nail polish.