Nail polish is a low-cost and quick way to change your look. Because of this, women tend to wear nail polish often and for long periods of time. Sometimes, pigments in the nail polish can cause nails to become discolored, stained and yellow. Prolonged use can also make this a relatively common occurrence. Yellow, discolored nails are unsightly and annoying, especially if you do not want to cover them up with colored nail polish. Luckily, discolored nails can be fixed cheaply and easily using one or more methods.

Things You'll Need

Denture Cleaner Method

Fill a small bowl with warm water.

Drop one denture cleaning tablet in the water.

Soak fingers in mixture for five minutes.

Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda Paste Method

Mix 1 tbsp. of hydrogen peroxide and 2 1/2 tbsp. of baking soda in a small bowl.

Blend the mixture into a paste using a cotton swab

Apply the mixture under and on top of your nail. The entire nail should be covered with the mixture.

Allow mixture to whiten your nails for three minutes before rinsing it off using warm water.