10 Uses for Nail Polish
These 10 Uses for Nail Polish will be handy to have when we score FREE Nail Polish. Quite often with coupons and sales we will snag FREE Nail Polish. I can not even imagine how many bottles I have on hand, ha ha. I will place them in gift baskets, give them away, etc but I always seem to have so many nail polish bottles. Nail Polish can be used for many different things besides painting our nails up all pretty. Take a look at these 10 Other Uses for Nail Polish…
1. Smudge Proof Labels: Prevent ink from running off your labels by giving them a coat of clear nail polish.
2. Threading a Needle: Threading needles can be frustrating especially when you don’t have a needle threader. A quick fix is to dip the end of your thread in a little nail polish to seal any fraying.
3. Seal Envelopes: If you hate licking the gross glue on your envelopes, all you need is a little nail polish to avoid it. Just run some clear nail polish over the glue and seal.
4. Fraying Ropes and Laces: If you’d rather not burn the ends of your ropes and laces to seal them, you can just as easily dip or coat the ends in nail polish.
5. Loose Screws: To add durability and hold to your screws, just give them a coat of nail polish.
6. Color Coding: Use different colored nail polishes to differentiate objects. This method works well for keys.
7. Shoe Scuffs: Nothing ruins the excitement of wearing new shoes like getting the first scuff on them. To take care of any small scuffs and prevent new ones, coat susceptible areas with some clear nail polish.
8. Stocking Runs: Stop runs permanently with some clear nail polish. Just brush polish on each end of the run to stop it in it’s tracks.
9. Rust Proof Metal: Apply clear nail polish to any metals vulnerable to rusting. I.e. shaving cream cans, screws, chipped car paint.
10. Invisible Bandaid: If you have any small cuts or burns, clear nail polish can be used as an invisible bandaid. Just paint a small coat over the affected area and you’re good to go.