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5 NEW uses for the Magic Eraser: remove paint that has dried, remove adhesive residue after removing stickers, remove rust from most surfaces, remove nail polish spills or stains, remove tarnish from silver ... what are your favorite uses? #PGBestforME

I did something like this with an empty vitamin bottle and some cotton balls then poured in polish remover.. WORKS AWESOME!

DIY liquor bottle candles. Follow same intrusions as beer bottle glasses. Use yarn soaked in nail polish remover, tied about the bottle at the breaking point and then light it on fire. Let burn for 20-30 seconds rotating constantly, then dip into ice water. Bottle will break exactly where the yarn was tied!

Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is freaking ingenious!!! Cool Cool Cool!

1. Leather: Nail polish remover~ Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. 2. Cloth or Canvas: Tooth paste and an old toothbrush~ Gently buffing out scuffs with a toothbrush and toothpaste. You can also substitute water and baking soda in for toothpaste. 3. Vinyl and suede shoes: Rubber eraser~ Just rub the end of your eraser against the scuffs to fade them

'Make glasses out of bottles using just nail polish remover, yarn, and a match.'

How to remove labels from wine bottles: 1. Soak wine bottles in a bucket of cold soapy water for several hours. 2. Scrape away label with fingernails. 3. Use an old sponge to remove the rest of the label.

Natural Cleaner: Orange peels, vinegar in a quart jar, let sit for 10 days or so...strain out the liquid and use as an all-purpose cleaner. Easy, cheap, natural, smells good! - I will have to try this, we eat a lot of oranges & I have just discovered the amazing cleaning ability of vinegar. Hopefully this will make it smell better though!