Nail polish remover is for more than just removing polish from your finger and toenails. You can actually use this beauty product in a slew of different ways around the house. For all the alternate uses mentioned below, 100% acetone nail polish remover will be most effective.
1. Remove super glue
Ever super glued your fingers together? If so, you can resolve this sticky situation by dipping a cotton swab in nail polish remover and rubbing it over the “stuck” skin. The nail polish remover should break down the super glue and set your fingers free!
2. Remove bumper sticker residue
Unlike tattoos, bumper stickers don’t have to be “forever.” So if you’re sick of any of the bumper stickers affixed to your car (e.g., your “My Child has Perfect Attendance at Howard Elementary School” bumper sticker may be obsolete if your child is now in college), after scraping or peeling off the unwanted sticker, get rid of any residue by rubbing a little nail polish remover on the affected area. Nail polish remover should work just as well as specialty products such as Goo Gone, but at a fraction of the price. This tip will also work to remove sticker residue on most glass and metal surfaces.