Homemade Natural Nail Polish Remover Methods

Like nail polish commercial nail polish remover contains chemicals as it’s ingredients which can harm your nails. It’s not recommended to keep such harmful chemicals where you’ve kids. So, how can you remove nail polish? Using natural nail polish remover you can wipe old nail polish. This method is free from side effects, less expensive and alternatives to commercial nail polish removers.

5 methods remove nail polish naturally with homemade products

#1 Vinegar and lemon method

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Take vinegar and lemon, squeeze them in a bowl. Then apply to your nails using cotton ball. Repeat the process if needed. As both vinegar and lemon are acidic in nature they can remove nail polish easily. Best way is dip cotton stick into the bowl with vinegar and lemon juice then press it on your fingernail for 10 to 20 seconds. Then using a cotton ball wipe out the nail polish.

Like wise you can use any citrus fruits if you don’t have lemon.

Tip: To fasten the process dip your fingers in luke warm water and then try above process.

#2 Spray Deodorant method

Take deodorant which you use and spray it on your fingernail make sure you spray form closer distance. Then using cotton ball wipe out the nail polish. You’ve to repeat the process if needed.

#3  Apply new nail polish to remove old one

This might sound crazy if you didn’t tried it. To remove old nail polish apply nail polish or coat nail polish, then before drying wipe out nail polish. Old nail polish comes out with new one. Well this method should be your last method to try.

#4 Hair spray and body spray method

Just like deodorant method spray hair or body spray on fingernail then using cotton ball or cotton stick wipe out the nail polish. Don’t be late as hair spray may dry on your nails.

#5 Tooth Paste to as nail polish remover

It’s proven that few tooth paste have ability to remove nail polish effectively. So you can try out that too! It’s simple apply tooth paste to your fingernails and then try wiping out with a soft cloth or cotton.

Resources on Nail care tips

Resources for natural nail polish remover

Ways to Remove Nail Polish
How to Remove Nail Polish Without Using Remover
What products aside from nail polish remover will remove nail polish?

Comments

  1. It is just an awesome post. I don’t even know that a nail remover can be made naturally!!! 😮 .
    All of these tips are quite simple that anyone could follow. Gonna try a few of them. It is quite surprising that even tooth paste could make a better nail remover. I used to try the third one at times that is to apply the new nail polish. Will try the other tips now. Loved it totally!!!!!! 🙂

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  3. The Body spray method is really effective

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