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sassy_minx24

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Hi all!

Could anybody tell me what the life span of acrylic powder is ? I'm new to this business and a friend kindly bought me a huge tub of ultra white tip powder. As I don't have an established client base yet, I'm worried it may expire before I get chance to use it all ! :rolleyes:

Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanx xxxx
 

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Most systems are good for at least 1 year after manufacturing.
With powders, you are looking more along the lines of 2-3 years.

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Thanx for you help !!
 

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Don't forget to make sure that the powder is kept in DRY conditions and not humid. Humidity can cause problems like yellowing and 'crusting'.
 
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