Just in time for Earth Day: Recycle your nail polish


I'm probably not the person to write about this, in that I know nothing about nail polish. That said, I'll admit to wearing some once, a couple years ago when I agreed to let my then-five-year-old daughter paint my nails. My wife, who thought this was hilarious, then hid the nail polish remover from me, which became really embarrassing when I forgot about it and drove off to run an errand at the bank. But that's another story.

Anyway, a female friend of mine mentioned that a brand of nail polish called Zoya is offering a nail polish exchange for "a limited time." If you have any old bottles of nail polish -- and it doesn't matter what brand or if it's been used as long as it isn't Zoya -- you can send it in, and the company will "properly dispose of your old polish according to EPA guidelines" and will send you a replacement.