Chemistry Question #566
Kirsten, a 13 year old female from Toronto asks on January 20, 2002,
What is in most nail polish removers?
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answered on January 20, 2002
The main ingredient is acetone. There may be small amounts of other things such as fragrance, colour, water, and oils. If you want to save money, just get a bottle of acetone to remove your nail polish. I think it's about 1/4 the price.
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