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Sounds like one of these:

"The conventional method for the removal of artificial nails is improved by heating the acetone. The Nixia Acetone Warmer heats the acetone to 104 degrees f and reduces removal time by up to 30%. The attached brush sweeps the softened acrylic material off the nails."
 

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What is descibed on the site as a vibrating brush is used for the application not removing product to quote part of the description from the site -

"electronic vibrating brush to apply acrylic nails! Vibrating at over 7000 times a minute, the brush super compacts the acrylic and provides a stronger, evenly applied product quality no one can achieve with manual application. "

I cant help but picture nail techs in high visibility jackets ( think road workers ! )
I just can't get an angle on this one.

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Just read about that, very interesting, similar to the electric toothbrush? :biggrin: Marti Prreuss is going to forward it to Doug Schoon.
 

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delsmum said:
What is descibed on the site as a vibrating brush is used for the application not removing product to quote part of the description from the site -

"electronic vibrating brush to apply acrylic nails! Vibrating at over 7000 times a minute, the brush super compacts the acrylic and provides a stronger, evenly applied product quality no one can achieve with manual application. "

I cant help but picture nail techs in high visibility jackets ( think road workers ! )
I just can't get an angle on this one.

Love
Chris
Chris, I get your drift (I too have a humerous imagination) but what I am picturing is a tech patting like mad and seeing it speeded up to 7000 times a minute (think Benny Hill) :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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ooh Kim,
Love the image in my mind now........ great pick up for a weekend!!

Carol
 

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I'm thinking more that the brush is whirrling so fast, the product is just flying off in all directions - I can picture a salon covered in curing blobs of liquid and powder still attached to picture frames and walls -

I can't picture for the life of me how this would work but it is Saturday AM so still not so compus-mentus:rolleyes:
 

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Mrs Geek,

How about this...... the acrylic DOES stick to the client's fingers...... and SHE goes flying round and round ........... my God.... where's this all going!!!! lol
 

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EVEN BETTER!!!

This could be an AMAZING comedy sketch!!! :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
 
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