Reusable, washable wool grey-black felt pads with a mildly abrasive surface for removing nail varnish. These pads are made from wool offcuts that would otherwise have gone to landfill.
To extend the life of your reusable nail polish remover pads we recommend washing them with a bar soap as soon as you've finished using them to remove any nail varnish on the pads. Then lay them out to dry. If using traditional nail varnish remover, the pads will harden a little with use but this will not detract from their effectiveness. Hand washing is best with these, so avoid placing in the washing machine.
You can use any nail varnish remover solution with these pads, although we recommend opting for a natural remover that's better for you and the planet if possible. We recommend the following nail polish removers:
Even better, why not try making your own? Check out our recipe for making your own natural nail polish remover below:
You Will Need
Your reusable nail varnish remover pads
How To Remove Nail Polish With Vinegar
Soak your nails in warm water for 10-15 minutes before removing the nail polish to help to speed up the process.
Mix equal parts of lemon juice and vinegar.
Stir the mixture, soak a reusable nail polish remover pad in it, press it onto your fingernails, and hold it for 10-20 seconds. This causes the nail enamel to dissolve and removes all the remnants of nail polish.
Then use the nail polish remover pad to wipe the polish off.
End of Life Your removal pads should last a decent length of time, at which point they can be cut up and composted.