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 How to Get Fingernail Polish Out of Material?

Answer Fingernail polish is designed to stick to fingernails until it is removed, and every recent improvement in polish technology has made it stick better. An accidental spill or smear of fingernail po... Read More »
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How to Remove Dried Fingernail Polish From Polyester Material?

Even though polyester is a durable material, nail polish of all colors can leave troublesome stains on the fabric. It is best to remove the nail polish from the polyester as soon as possible. Once ... Read More »
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How do you remove fingernail polish off fingernails without fingernail polish remover?

It will wear off , eventually, but you can buff it off with a fine grit nail file or emery board. Just don't rub too hard, and be careful around your cuticles.That answer was good, but i have a bet... Read More »
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How to Get Fingernail Polish Off Without Using Fingernail Polish Remover?

When you painted your nails they looked great. Perfectly in tune with your outfit of the day it was a color coordination success. Since then, it's begun to chip as nail polish does and has lost its... Read More »
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Where did fingernail polish come from?

Nail polish most likely originated in China at least as early as 3000 B.C. using bees' wax, gelatin, gum Arabic and egg whites. Egyptians were using similar products around the same time. Michelle ... Read More »
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