Practical Uses For Nail Polish Remover That Never Crossed Your Mind

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We mostly use acetone to remove nail polish, but this amazing liquid actually comes with many practical DIY uses around the house. We’re bringing you five unusual ways to put this powerful solvent to some good use.

Removing Stickers

Peeling off stickers can be tricky since they usually leave a sticky surface behind, but rubbing the area with nail polish remover will solve this problem in a blink of an eye.

Erasing Marker

Looking for a way to remove permanent marker stains? Just soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, and rub the marks gently in circular motions.

Cleaning Computer Keyboard

Germs and dirt will gather in your keyboard over time, but you can easily get rid of them by dipping a toothbrush or cotton swab into nail polish remover and gently rubbing the keys.

Shiny Shoes

If you want a pair of shoes so shiny you can see your reflection in them, just clean them with a towel dipped in nail polish remover.

Dissolving Superglue

We tend to panic after accidently getting superglue on our skin, but there’s no need to be alarmed since nail polish remover can solve this problem, as well.