There’s nothing worse than smudging the perfect nail. Then, to remove the perfect nail you smudge all the other nails with the nail polish remover. It’s an endless cycle of annoyance. You’re telling me… this doesn’t have to happen? Yes! With this quick and easy tip that nightmare can go away for good. Ready?
Supplies & Tools Needed
a Mason Jar with Lid (preferably not wide mouth)
Nail Polish Remover
a Sponge (or as many as you need to go all the way around the jar, keep in mind when the sponge is wet it is larger)
How It’s Done
As far as instructions go this is a 5 minute project for sure. First you’ll fit the sponge or sponges into the jar in order for them to go all the way around, the nail will rub on this to get the nail polish off entirely when in use.
Secondly, all you have to do is drizzle the nail polish remover over the sponge and jar. Make sure the sponge is evenly soaked as well as the jar.
For storage, screw the lid on tight and add some more nail polish remover to it if it’s dry when in use. I’ve had mine for about a month and it’s still as wet as when I first made it. Shake before use.
For use, just put the ugly nail in, rub slightly on the wet sponge and a plain, gorgeous nail comes out! No mess, no hassle, just a pretty ol’ nail.
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Yours Truly, The Blue Eyed Crafter