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Nail Polish Button Securer Apply a layer of clear nail polish to the threads on top of dress-shirt buttons. The nail polish will help the threads endure the heat of laundering, keeping the buttons on the shirt longer.

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Amazing Uses :: CLEAR NAIL POLISH :: Securing buttons (dab on thread to keep it from coming undone) GENIUS!, Making jewelry last (prevents tarnishing), Sealing envelopes, Threading needles (put a little on the thread), Keeping belt buckles shiny (prevents oxidation too), Fixing holes in window screens or shades, Waterproofing matches, Touch up minor dents & scuffs on wood floors, Avoid rust stains (put on the underside of shaving cans), Shoelace protector (prevents unraveling) | #lifehack

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