Acetone is the organic compound with the formula (CH₃)₂CO.
-It is a colorless, volatile, flammable liquid, and is the simplest ketone. Pure 99.%
-The majority of people know acetone only as it relates to removing nail polish.
-Removes artificial nails.
-you soak until the nail becomes soft and is easy to remove.
-Safe on skin and does not burn or usually cause any irritation.
-Use only in glass containers or specialty plastic. HDPE
-Not recommended on open wounds or scrapes
-Organic chemists like myself, on the other hand, would have a lot of trouble imagining life without acetone.
-Thus, as a tribute to this tiny little molecule that works wonders on grimy glassware,
Acetone does a better job of prepping the nail for a new coat of paint (the polish will stay on longer).
-Acetone will remove permanent marker too.
-A little acetone will bring back that streak-free shine on glass and dishes
-It is widely used because it can easily mix with water and evaporates quickly in the air.