How to Restore Old Polish



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Grab your old thick polish

Remove the brush.. Yeah it looks gross :/

Grab your remover or thinner. Thinner is preferred so you don't get bubbles in your polish.

Pour about a teaspoon in the polish.

While the remover sets in grab a cosmetic sponge.

Wipe off your brush :)

Now wipe off the top.. It will be nasty :)

I even took a tooth pick to the crevices.. And this is what I removed..

Place the brush back in the polish

This is the way you should always prep your polish. Shaking your polish creates bubbles, no one likes bubbles in polish :/ Here is how :)


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