12 Uses For Nail Polish Remover That Aren't Removing Nail Polish
Nail polish remover > baking soda.
1. Wipe away permanent marker from any smooth surface
2. Erase scuff marks from laminate, tile or concrete floors
3. Remove the sticky residue from jar labels
4. Clean and sanitize your razor
A cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover will help remove soap scum and sanitize the blades.
5. Clean the crevices in your keyboard
Dip a Q-tip in remover and easily remove residue from between keys (just don't soak the Q-tip too long, to avoid liquid seeping beneath the keys).
6. Remove stains from white china
Soak a cloth in remover and wipe away the stains, being careful to avoid any patterns, and then rinse with soap and water.
7. Remove nail polish from the carpet
Yes, of course nail polish remover should remove nail polish—but it'll also work on the carpet. Pour a generous amount over the stain and let it sit for about a minute before using a hard-bristled brush to scrub it out.
8. Take stray paint off glass windows
9. Buff away all the scuffs and stains on your shoes
10. Buff out dings and scratches from a plastic watch face
Acetone is capable of dissolving plastic, so in small doses, it can help remove scratches.
11. Easily scrub off colored printing from plastic containers
12. Loosen the superglue cap
Use a few drops of nail polish remover to dissolve the glue that's dried on the cap.