Spray deodorant on skin that has nail polish on it. Rinse the deodorant off by soaking skin in water for a few minutes. Rub the skin with sanitizer to get rid of any trace of polish.Continue Reading
Apply spray deodorant to skin stained with nail polish. Do not use a deodorant solid, as it will not have the same effect.
Immerse skin that is stained with nail polish for two to three minutes. This will thoroughly remove the deodorant and nail polish.
Rub sanitizer on your skin to get rid of any deodorant residue. Hand sanitizer will also remove remnants of nail polish.
Nail polish remover can be created by placing two or three drops of nail lacquer thinner into a bottle of nail polish. Running the bottle of nail polish under hot water can also thin the polish.Full Answer >
To thin nail polish, add nail polish thinner or clear nail polish to your nail polish bottle. Nail polish remover also works, but often creates clumps.Full Answer >
To remove gel nail polish, soak the nails for an adequate amount of time in an acetone-based nail polish remover, then gently remove the polish. If you try to pry or peel the polish off, you are likely to cause significant damage to the nails. To remove gel nail polish, you need acetone-based nail polish remover, soak-off pads or cotton balls and aluminum foil.Full Answer >
To take off nail polish, soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, and press the soaked ball over the nail to for a few minutes to allow the polish soften. Wipe away the polish, clean the cuticles, and then wash and moisturize your hands.Full Answer >