When the liquid for removing the varnish ends, and you need to get rid of the paint on the nails in the shortest possible time, you can use some of the improvised tools that are available in almost every home.
Deodorant and lacquer
You can use a deodorant spray. As part of these funds there are special solvents that quite well purify many hard-to-remove substances: from felt-tip pens to nail polish.
Deodorant should be sprayed as close to the nails as possible, this must be done with caution, since this agent can cause frostbite. After that, wipe the nails with a napkin or a handkerchief. Be prepared for the fact that you will need to repeat the procedure several times. Pay special attention to the edge of the nails, because it is there that the lacquer remains in fairly large quantities after the first approach.
If you have a transparent nail coating, you can use it or any other lacquer. This is not the most convenient way, it takes quite some time. The fact is that the dried lacquer under the action of a transparent coating softens and can be removed with a cotton swab or a disc. The agent needs to be applied in fairly large quantities and to remove the varnish as quickly as possible.
You can use perfume or body spray, they have similar properties and help get rid of varnish. The selected product should be sprinkled on a cotton pad, try to squeeze it to the sprayer almost closely. After this, start this nail to rub the nail, do it with effort, but do not over press on the nail plate, so as not to damage it. Most likely, you will have to repeat this procedure several times to completely get rid of the varnish.
Hairspray is another suitable means for this procedure. However, it should be disposed of as quickly as possible, as it dries quickly, leaving an unpleasant sensation on the skin.
If the nail polish has been applied long enough, you can try to pick it off the edge and carefully remove it. Do this as carefully as possible so as not to damage the surface of the nail.
After removing the lacquer, make sure that the warm water from the bath is at least 3-5 minutes to remove the remnants of the remedy you use. You can use any hand sanitizer.
Please note that when using a transparent coating or other varnish, cotton wool may very gently stick to the surface of the nail. To remove it, use a hairspray or deodorant-spray.
It is best to remove the varnish in a well-ventilated room or even outdoors with the help of these tools, in order to avoid a high concentration of sharp odors.