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I am very interested in the air care nail station I was wondering if any of you have one and your views it is quite expensive but looks like a must have piece of equipment I have had a demonstration and it looks excellent !!
 

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I am very interested in the air care nail station I was wondering if any of you have one and your views it is quite expensive but looks like a must have piece of equipment I have had a demonstration and it looks excellent !!
Then go with you instincts and get it. Why do you need others to validate what you want to do?
 

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Thanks Geeg its just as its 1200 I wanted to see if its worth it! And it will need new carbon filters every 6-12 months at 105 so alot of outlay! Sales people have a very good way of making things seem better than the are 😃
 

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I have this table I think (Mine is a Purex - but looks exactly the same!) and it is fantastic. It is a lot of money, but very worth it. You won't regret it at all x
 

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Thankyou that's all I needed to hear! Air care have taken over purex so it is exactly the same as yours. Have you noticed it cutting down on smells and dust? I always put my lids on products when they are not in use but regardless of this my husband always smells it! ☺
 

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I work with NSI balance gel (a buff off gel), so don't have so much of a problem with smells/vapors - but it does take away all the dust. The majority of dust goes upwards, and any heavier dust goes downwards leaving me dust free! Only downside I would say is that is can be a bit noisy - but it's worth it to not be wearing a mask or having me and my clients chocking on the dust! Once I've finished the filing I turn the fan down and the noise is gone.

Go for it! xx
 

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I have had my new nail station and so glad I did it looks the part and is taking all the dust away!! Brill
 

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Hi just wondered is there enough space on top of table? And storage?
 

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