Acetone is commonly known for Removing Nail Varnish. But Acetone has many other uses.
To Shop Acetone:
Scuff Marks No More
Acetone can remove scuff marks from tiles and laminate flooring, use a clean cloth and apply a few drops of Acetone. Wipe over the marks with Acetone. To finish go back over with a clean damp water cloth to remove any residue.
Remove Paint from Glass
If you have been painting near glass and have left splashes of paint. Use a cotton ball and soak in Acetone, hold on each area with paint splotches for a couple of minutes. To finish go back over with a clean damp water cloth to remove any residue.
Remove Ink from Fabric
If you have an ink stain, mix one part Acetone to two parts water, use a cotton ball and dab until the ink disappears. Wash the fabric as normal.
A patch test should always be carried out before proceeding any further.
Remove Melted Plastic
Melted plastic is normal in the kitchen, make sure anything you are working with is cool and unplugged. use a clean cloth and apply Acetone, begin to wipe the melted plastic until the plastic starts to become loose. Once you have finished, use clean water to rinse thoroughly.
Can be used to rinse glass of residue and solids for Laboratory Uses.
Can be used for thinning oil-based paints and resin as well as cleaning up after.
If you have some stubborn stickers, Acetone can be used to remove them from glass or metal.
Remove Permanent Marker Marks
Use a cotton ball and soak in Acetone, hold on each area with the marks for a couple of minutes. To finish go back over with a clean damp water cloth to remove any residue.
NOTE: BEFORE USING ANY OF THE PRODUCTS LISTED PLEASE READ ANY SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS TO THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USAGE.
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