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Things Every Polish Whore Should Have: Nail Polish Remover Pumps

Monday, September 22, 2014Nail A College Drop Out


Press Sample Saturday afternoon I was having a conversation with a co-worker about, what else, nail polish. My co-worker was telling me about how often she has to buy bottles of nail polish remover, then I told her to quit playin' and just buy it by the gallon.

Now, if you're like me and you've stopped buying little 10oz and 12oz bottles of acetone and nail polish remover, and started buying gallons of it instead, you're going to need an easy way to actually use this large amount of necessary liquid.

Queue acetone & nail polish remover pump!

I bought two on eBay over a year ago and my problem with those were that after you've gotten more than half way through the acetone it wouldn't pump anymore; oddly enough this problem didn't arise when just plain nail polish remover was used. *shrugs*

Acetone being a staple product for me, I had to find a pump that worked just as well with acetone as it did with nail polish remover. So when I found this nail polish remover pump on Born Pretty, I immediately knew I had to try it out and see if it would work well with acetone.

I've had this pump for a few months and I can attest that it pumps acetone almost down to the last drops. There have been a few times when it didn't work, but overall it performs better than the ones I bought on eBay.

This nail polish remover pump is available on BornPrettyStore.com for $3.18.


And if you use promo code NCL91 at checkout, you'll get an additional 10% off your purchase of this item, nail art supplies, and everything else available on BornPrettyStore.com.

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Do you guys still buy regular sized bottles of nail polish remover? Wanna share advise on other things that people obsessed with nail polish should have? Let's chat in the comments!
Tune in. Drop out. Love polish.

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10 comments

  1. I agree...my pumps have changed my life! I'm happy to know where I can get one for affordably in the future! :)

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  2. I love pumps, too! I refill my Julep one all the time, but thanks for the info on this one!

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  3. aren't they great? w/o them i'm not sure how i'd dispense my acetone from the gallon sized jug.

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  4. i had no idea julep had nail polish remover pumps

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  5. Ive never seen remover pumps at a target near me. Do you know if this is relatively new? I'll have to pick one up if I see one so I can try it out.

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  6. I love a good pump for my remover, makes it much easier and you never over flood the cotton pad either. I have one I refill all the time and I love it - I hadn't realised BP had them in their store so will check it out

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  7. It's so funny you posted this because the day before you wrote this post, I bought my own remover pump for the first time! :-D I agree wholeheartedly!

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  8. i'm always checking to see what new & cheap nail goodies i can get online. be it ebay or born pretty, i'm always on the hunt. lol

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  9. I recently saw one of these being sold at Target by the Up & Up brand. I really wanted to take a closer look at it but I saw it as I was leaving. I'm going to check it out next time I'm there. It seems like a great product to have.

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