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nail polish remover (acetone) is not polar enough to dissove sodium chloride.

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1.) Go to the store. 2.) Buy nail polish remover. 3.) Use as directed on the label.


Use nail polish remover and bleach mixed nail polish remover.


Nail polish remover is a dilute solution of acetone, an organic solvent that dissolves nail 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.


I think there is a choice of non-acetone and acetone nail polish remover So yes it can BE in nail polish remover but not in all of them .


nail polish remover is what you use to get nail polish off your fingernails. :)


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.


You use nail polish-remover that you can buy almost anywhere. You buy nail polish remover and cotton balls add the nail polish remover to 1 of the cotton balls and wipe off the nail polish


a nail polish remover that doesn't contain organic ingredients, it doesnt have to contain all non organic products, however, to make it a organic nail polish remover has to contain all organic ingredients to be classed as organic, by law


yes nail polish remover is very dangerous


you dip the nail polish remover on a tissue and then rub it on your fingers


A Sharpie and nail polish remover have the same chemicals in them. Nail polish remover has the chemicals to remove that so it adapts also to Sharpies.


The main ingredient in nail polish remover that dissolves the nail polish is acetone. do you have that? : )


nail polish remover!!!!!!!!!!!:)If on finger nails use a nail polish remover which containes Acetone. On anything else, forget it


No because nail polish remover is for taking out nail polish and rubbing achohal is for taking out bacteria.


what is the solute in nail polis remover


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use a nail file, but the best way is using nail polish remover


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.



Use nail polish remover!




You can use Nail Polish Remover



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