How to Remove Nail Polish With "One" Cotton Ball

I bet you're thinking there's no way, right? I don't remember where I got this little hint, but it really works...
  1. First unroll the cotton ball.
  2. Tear the cotton ball into 10 small pieces.
  3. Dip your cotton balls in nail polish remover.
  4. Place each piece on either your toe nails, or your finger nails and let set for a few minutes.
  5. Remove the small cotton ball pieces and viola' the polish is gone.
Also, after you have removed the polish make a paste of 1 T. of hydrogen peroxide and 2 1/4 T. baking soda the mixture on your nails. Let set for a few minutes and then wash the mixture off with soap and water. Your nails will be pearly white like you never had polish on them at all.
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I hope you enjoyed my post on granny squares and beautiful afghans you can make yourself. Like I said in the beginning of my post I love to crochet. There's something about it that makes me relax. My sister-in-law, who worked in an after-school program with elementary kids once told me when the kids were getting a little crazy she would bring out yarn balls and crochet hooks. They would settle down instantly. There's something truly relaxing about a ball of yarn and a crochet hook...

 ...Always remember, "Life is dessert first"!...words to live by!