Genius💡Uses for Clear Nail Polish All Practical Girls Will Love 💅 ...

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I'm always finding uses for clear nail polish beyond my nails.

Who knew such a simple polish could be so incredibly useful?

I don't think I ever go anywhere without at least a tiny bottle, not to mention I always have several on hand at home.

It's the perfect “just in case” tool.

If you think it's just for shiny nails, check out some of these uses for clear nail polish and you'll never see it the same again.

1. No More Lost Buttons

I always hate clothes with barely sewn on buttons.

It doesn't take much before the threads break and your buttons are gone.

One of my favorite uses for clear nail polish is protecting buttons.

Brush a little on the front of the button to strengthen the threads.

Plus, it keeps them looking shiny.

Since the polish is clear, no one will ever notice the difference.

2. Easier Threading

I love cross stitch, but I hate threading the needle.

I keep a bottle of clear polish with my supplies to make life much easier.

Simply brush the end of the thread with polish to keep it from fraying and to stiffen it.

Wait for it to dry before trying to thread it.

I run it through my fingers and it dries within seconds.

3. Add Shine to Jewelry

Costume jewelry looks great, but it tends to lose its luster quickly.

All those beautiful beads and faux gems go from shiny and pretty to dull and boring.

When you first get the jewelry, brush a thin layer of polish over the jewelry to protect it and keep it looking shiny and new.

Over time, you might have to do it again.

Don't to do this with your real jewelry.

Use jewelry cleaner instead.

4. Repair Glasses

If the tiny screws on your glasses keep wiggling out of place, a tiny bit of clear polish will keep them where they belong.

I didn't believe it myself until I tried it.

I thought I'd have to get rid of my favorite pair of sunglasses after the screw started acting up.

A little drop of polish and I haven't had any problems since.

Tighten the screw as much as possible before applying for best results.

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