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Steps to Produce Nail Polish Remover in Nigeria

Here in this post, you will learn the basic steps to produce nail polish in Nigeria and sell to make money. This article will be beneficial to those who are considering starting this business.

It is really impressive to have your nails beautifully polished. The hands are one of the centre of attraction of any fashion-conscious lady, and of course, one would most likely do everything possible to keep them attractive always.

Nail polishes do not last forever and in most cases, they slowly fade away, leaving the nails half-polished and of course, half attractive. At the juncture, any reasonable lady is a little worried and bothered.

Should she necessarily go for another polish, or should she scrap these remnants off. Hey! Don’t even think of the latter option.

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Steps to Produce Nail Polish Remover in Nigeria
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Scrapping off the polish would definitely leave your nails less attractive than an half-polished pattern would do; it would give your hails coarse and tiny scratches which I bet you wouldn’t love.

You might end up looking like one of those witches of Narnia with very detestable claws and nails… Lol, did you see that movie at all? Well, that’s another story for another day.

How about going for another polish? That’s not a bad idea too, but what if you have a few other urgent stuffs to attend to? Or maybe a dinner to attend and you still have to put quite an handful of things in place before finally leaving?

Did I just paint a terrible situation to you? Maybe? Maybe not? But you certainly cannot doubt that this scenario occurs a little frequently than we want them to.

So, that’s the reason for our hot gist today. A nail polish remover. This article will not only teach you how to make a nail polish remover at your convenience, and probably for sale too, I will also be telling you a few tricks or expos that you could hurriedly apply if you have to take that unimpressive polish off your nails.

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Alternatives? Fast and Reliable?

To start with, let us look at fast alternatives that could serve as nail polish removers before we duly concentrate on producing nail polish removers.

If the desirable (nail polish remover) is probably not available, then the available (any of these alternatives) can save the day.

a. Toothpaste

If you just ask if I said toothpaste? Yes o, toothpaste. A little quantity of toothpaste on an old toothbrush, gently and mildly scrubbing the nails will do the magic. In no distant time, you have the polish off your nails.

b. Top nail coat

A transparent top nail coat comes very handy and easy when it comes to removing nail polish without a remover. The procedure is similar to the one stated above.

Just apply a layer of top nail coat over the nail polish you desire to remove and wipe it away with a piece of cotton wool.

c. Warm water and dry cloth

Even warm water and dry cloth does the magic too. Simple and stress-free way of removing that polish before it removes your attractiveness.

Place your fingers in a bowl of warm water until the polish becomes soft enough, take out your hands and rub the nails gently with the dry cloth. The polish comes off almost effortlessly.

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d. Alcohol

Hey, don’t use this as an opportunity of keeping excess alcohol at home. Oh, who knows? My nail polish may just go bad, why don’t I buy some bottles of liquor at home? I sure am not involved ooo. #lol.

On a more serious note, a little quantity of alcohol too, with small piece of cotton wool, gently and mildly rubbing the nails will do the magic again. Okay, I won’t use this magic word again, before I begin to look weird. #winks!

Hair Spray, Perfume, Hand Sanitizer, And Deodorants will also do the … what’s that word again oooo? I’m not going to say magic this time around, but definitely all these listed items will also be the ‘m’ – word.

The reason is not far-fetched, all the items listed are alcohol-based, so the cleansing alcohol can perform, they can too, although, a little less effective than pure and concentrated alcohol.

Before An Alternative, There Should Be The Real Stuff!

Yeah, an alternative should be a last resort or something you can quickly fall back on when the main stuff is not available or within your reach.

So, before we concentrate too much on the fast and reliable alternatives, let’s look at the real stuff. The nail polish remover itself takes very little steps and requires very little ingredients to be produced.

Bring your ears closer, let me whisper them silently… you know all these tips are for only very special people like you and should be kept as a top-notch secret.

A Bunch Of Ingredients and Steps Again? Seemingly Not!

You will be amazed that all that is needed are two ingredients and two steps to get your nail polish ready for use and for sale. You heard that clearly. Just two ingredients and two steps!

Fresh Lemon Juice – quantity depends on the desired quantity of polish remover to be produced. The fresh lemon juice should be half the quantity of the nail polish remover to be produced.

White Vinegar – same quantity as fresh lemon juice used.

Step 1:            Take the quantity of fresh lemon juice and add white vinegar to it.

Step 2:            Blend them well together and package attractively.

Its application is really easy. Soak fingers for 5 – 10 minutes in warm water. Thereafter, dip a cotton ball into the nail polish remover and rub your nails gently. In 10 to 20 seconds, the polish is off your nails.

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So, let’s start the business. Maybe I should give you my slogan “…get rid of those nails before they get rid of your attractiveness”.

Don’t mind me ooo, but of course, please do well to market and advertise your product to all and sundry. This business will really strive in the market as there are only very few competitors of this product, so you can make hay while the sun shines and get the first money from the market, as e dey hot!

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