Alternatives to nail polish remover include clear top or base coat, spray deodorant, perfume and hairspray. A few other simple household items are also useful for removing nail polish, such as cotton balls, wet wipes, co... More »

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There are several methods that can be used to remove nail polish without using nail polish remover. You can use wet top coats, spray deodorants, body sprays or hair sprays. To use body sprays, use a Q-tip to apply body s... More »

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To remove nail varnish without remover, paint your nails with clear nail polish and immediately remove it with a cotton ball. The old nail polish is removed with the new. Repeat until the old nail varnish is gone. More »

One easy way to get nail polish off without using nail polish remover is to apply a top coat to your painted nails and then immediately wipe it off with a cotton swab or paper towel. The old nail polish comes off with th... More »

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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 moi... More »

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To make homemade nail polish remover, simply mix equal parts lemon juice and vinegar together. To use the nail polish remover, dip a cotton ball into the mixture and then press it onto your polished nail. You need a medi... More »

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. More »