What’s in your handy do-it-yourself tool kit? Hammer? Measuring tape? Clear Fingernail Polish? Believe it or not, clear fingernail polish can be a very handy tool in the home with uses ranging from nylon repair to rust prevention to killing warts.
Getting no-see-um bugs in your house? Or bees? When the bugs start getting bigger, you know you have hole to patch somewhere. One use for clear polish is on window screens with small holes. Much bigger, like over 1/4″ in diameter, and you will need a patching kit or possibly rescreening materials.
In the wardrobe department, one of the most popular uses for clear nail polish is to apply it to a run in one’s stocking which usually prevents it from pulling further. Women have used a variety of colors for the same purpose but clear is usually the optimal choice since it is, of course, see-through. With the significant decrease in women wearing nylons, those helpful little bottles of clear lacquer have found their way onto to other diverse uses.
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