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2008-07-09 22:29:06

1.) Go to the store.

2.) Buy nail polish remover.

3.) Use as directed on the label.

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The main solvent used to dissolve nail polish is acetone. That is the main ingredient in most nail polish removers.


acetone non polar and nail polish non polar


Nail polish contains solvents to help the other ingredients suspend properly in the nail polish. It is these solvents that dissolve the Styrofoam.


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Nail polish has polar molecules. The organic compound acetone is a polar substance. Acetone is commonly used in nail polish remover to dissolve those polar molecules.


Acetone nail polish remover should dissolve the nail polish and makes it able to dab the stain out for the biggest part. To get it cleaned completely, a professional cleaner might be able to help.


The nail polish is the solute and the acetone would be the solvent. Sovents dissolve things & solutes are dissolved.


Nail polish is hydrophobic and will not dissolve in water.


You probably can't. Most things that will dissolve nail polish will also dissolve most plastics. You could try a little nail polish remover and see how that goes. If it makes the plastic sticky, stop using it immediately; your best option in that case is probably to try to scrape it off.


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Yes, acetone dissolves the resin molecules that hold the colored molecules to your nails, removing the polish


If your carpet is non-synthetic - wool, for example - it won't be affected by nail polish remover. If your carpet is synthetic, nail polish remover will likely dissolve the fibers where it comes into contact with the nap. This is not a "spot" that can be removed. Rather, it is permanent damage.


Clear nail polish is a special coat of nail polish to protect the other coat of nail polish


Acetone is the general go-to chemical for removing nail polish but you first would need to check the material of your tv screen to be sure acetone does not dissolve the material.


the chemicals in the nail polish stick to the nail


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Acetone can dissolve a plastic or Styrofoam cup. Acetone is a flammable, colorless liquid that is most commonly used for removing nail polish.


If your carpet is non-synthetic -- wool, for example -- it won't be affected by nail polish remover. If you carpet is synthetic -- very likely -- nail polish remover will likely dissolve the fibers where it comes into contact with the nap. This is not a "spot" that can be removed. Rather, it is permanent damage.


It is polish that goes on your nails. and the nail gods named it that so...


no it not a nail polish.


you can get nail polish at the store like at target. There are all kinds of colors you can find. and if you are getting nail polish you might wanna get nail polish remover


Because i love to polish me toenails! I polish them everyday. I LOVE NAIL POLISH!



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