Edweirdo is correct about the nail polish remover. Acetone remover works more efficiently against super glue.
I have done this quite a bit over the years, and find that turps, or methylated spirits does the job very nicely.
Then just rinse your hands with soapy water after to get rid of the smell.
by K Kiss 9 years ago
How to remove black head on nose?
by music equals life 11 years ago
What is the ONE thing (or person, or idea) that motivates you to write?What is it that gets you away from the television or off the phone and sets your fingers in motion? Is it because you feel you have something meaningful to say or is it simply that you want to be heard?
by writer77 21 months ago
It's important to remove eye makeup at night before you go to bed. Gently with a clean cotton ball or tissue use a eye makeup remover never pulling or tugging under or around the eye. Then finish with a cool splash of water pat dry and your done!
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If you could snap your fingers and change one thing about the world tomorrow, what would it be?
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