Wipe away new marks with nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol. Using a Q-tip, apply nail paint remover or rubbing alcohol to the affected area.
To remove persistent stains from your gel nails, spritz them with hairspray.
For a natural treatment, soak your nail in water and tea tree oil.
If you can’t remove the stain or mark yourself, go to a nail salon.

So, how exactly do you clean white nails?

How to Get Clean White Nails at Home: To eliminate filth, gently scrub your nails with a soft-bristled nail brush. Make a paste with 2 1/2 teaspoons baking soda and 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide. Apply the paste to your nails and beneath your nails for around 3 minutes. Rinse it under warm water.

In addition, how do you clean under gel nails? To eliminate debris and germs that may be forming under the surface of your nails, soak a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol and use it to wipe around your cuticles and below your acrylics. Apply a clear layer of nail paint in the morning if the alcohol dulls the shine on your nails.

Second, why is it that my white gel nail paint has become yellow?

Over-curing (too much UV exposure) or using a poor product is the most prevalent cause of gel nail discoloration. There is a tiny subgroup of gel nails that are porous – soakable gels like Biosculpture – and they may be discolored by the same things that acrylic nails do, such as smoking, nail paint, and so on.

How do you get stains out of acrylic nails?

Lemon Juice with Baking Soda

In a bowl, combine two teaspoons of baking soda.
1 tablespoon of water and a few drops of lemon juice
Combine the ingredients in a mixing bowl until it resembles thick icing sugar.
Start massaging your stained nails with a cotton pad dipped in the mixture.
Don’t stop until the stains have been removed.

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