Removing nail polish isn’t one of those things that is necessarily hard to do…but when you’re in a hurry (and who isn’t?) these “dip and twist” nail polish remover jars are so convenient! Just dip and twist!
No need for cotton balls or toilet paper….just insert your finger into the sponge and twist to remove polish. Perfect for when you want to do a quick polish change.
Here is a how to make your own quick and easy version of the store-bought jars:
DIY Nail Polish Remover In A Jar
What you’ll need:
- (1) 4 ounce mason jar with screw on lid
- nail polish remover
Cut the sponge in half lengthwise.
Take the two pieces of sponge and wrap them around each other in a swirl configuration.
Put the tightly-rolled sponges in the jar. The roll should fit nice and snug.
Pour enough nail polish remover in the jar to saturate the sponges.
Insert your finger into the center of the rolled sponges and rub until all the polish is gone. It’s great for removing dark colors and glitter polish. No muss, no fuss.
In between uses, keep the cap tightly on the jar so it won’t evaporate. When it gets used up or really dirty, replace the sponge and add more nail polish remover.
Now if I could just figure out how to make one for my TOENAILS! :-)