Nail Polish Remover Hacks You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

Say goodbye to the days of using nail polish remover solely for taking off old nail color. From cleaning keyboards to removing dried paint off window glass, nail polish remover can be used for so much more.

It’s time to tap into the true potential of the acetone-based liquid with some clever hacks. We trust that you won’t be disappointed and will most likely wish you knew these tips and tricks sooner.

Eliminate Scratches And Scrapes On A Watch Face

Eliminate Scratches And Scrapes On A Plastic Watch Face
Mathis Wienand/Getty Images
Mathis Wienand/Getty Images

Scrapes and scratches on a watch face are no fun to look at, especially if the watch happens to fall into the “really nice” category. Well, for those of you who tend to find themselves hitting their arms on random things, accidentally scratching their watch in the process, you’ll be happy to know there’s a way to save its face.

Acetone melts plastic. So, take a small cotton swab, soak it in nail polish remover, and watch as the watch face magically levels itself out!