Heart of the City by Steenz for June 30, 2010

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    TheDOCTOR  about 14 years ago

    Heart you’re as busted as that chair.

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    sutirtho  about 14 years ago

    yeah.. nail polish has acetone…

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    ldyhwkd  about 14 years ago

    Actually - that doesn’t make sense. Acetone is polish remover.

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    amingv  about 14 years ago

    I think nail polish does use some acetates as solvents (which evaporate quickly after applied). Acetone as a remover just dissolves the polish again.

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    3139lip  about 14 years ago

    Nail pollish remover (either acetone or ethyl acetate) is a solvent for a lot of things. It’s good for getting masking tape residue off windows after painting and for some sticky label residues from non-food items. Furniture polish (lemon oil) is also a very useful solvent. But the only thing I know to get a nail polish spill out of a carpet is scissors ; - ). Remover only spreads the polish. I know; I tried it.

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    bergamot  about 14 years ago

    Well I know if you add nail polish remover to dried out polish and shake it then it revives it , although sometimes it separates the polish from the colour …..

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