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    • Elaine Gilbert

      Clear nail polish will keep your buttons on nail polish life buttons organization life hacks cool diy ideas life hack ideas

    • Fatima Shali

      Apply a thin layer of nailpolish to the center of a #button to keep the thread from coming loose.

    • Donna Clark

      Thin layer of clear nail polish to keep thread from unraveling. So smart, so easy!

    • Gail S

      Use clear nail polish to secure button threads

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