Nail Polish top stuck? No problem :)


**EDIT** In all honesty..this is a lazy post. Because some of you have been writting to me saying I need to update more. So here ya go. LOL boring post I know..but my Corel Video editor isn't working either..so no posts until everything is fixed dangit!! I've had this nail polish lid stuck for quite some time now. My dad even took a wrench to it in hopes of it coming loose. But no luck - until today :) It seems to me, that this only happens the MOST with my OPI nail polishes...(Vodka and Caviar) Here's how to: Head to your bathroom sink Turn on your hot water Plug your sink to catch the water Place bottle face down - make sure the water level is stopped RIGHT AT THE LID. Don't submerge the whole bottle - heat can change the consistency of the nail polish. Then that's it! I seriously thought my OPI nail polishes were a goner - but this trick really does WORK! Also, to avoid having this happening again - wipe off the bottle before you screw the cap back on :) Cynthia

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