Pure or partial acetone nail polish remover can be purchased from a variety of beauty stores, as well as drugstores and big box retailers, such as Walgreens, CVS and Walmart. Supplies vary from location to location, so remember to call to check the stock before visiting the store.Continue Reading
Acetone is a common ingredient in nail polish. It removes polish by using unique chemical properties that allow it to break down synthetic compounds without causing excessive damage to surrounding materials.
Undiluted acetone is extremely potent, and prolonged exposure to skin can lead to health risks. The most dangerous effects of acetone are experienced when it's inhaled in large doses, or small doses over time. Side effects include dizziness, nausea, vomiting and, in extreme cases, coma or death. It is recommended to wear a face mask when handling acetone to avoid inhaling excess fumes. Also make sure there is proper ventilation to circulate the air out of the room.
Another danger of acetone is its flammability. The liquid can easily catch fire through exposure to even mild sparks or heat sources. Make sure to always clean up any spills and to wash the area with soap or an approved cleaner to remove residue.Learn more about Nail Care
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Common nail polish remover contains acetone, which is a volatile organic chemical solvent with the formula C3H6O or CH3-CO-CH3. The expanded chemical structure is 3 carbon atoms, 6 hydrogen atoms, and 1 oxygen atom.Full Answer >
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