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zoealana

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which files do fellow geeks find the best for natural nails that can be cleaned after each client?????
 

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Do you mean to buff the nailplate or to file the length down?

I use a 240 on the nailplate and a 180/240 to reduce the length, both can be sprayed with sanitiser.
 

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thanks so much. just get confused some times
 

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As Sandi said i use the same but if the nails are quite strong,could you use 180 in filing down length,or 250,or does it not make any difference?:)
 

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I use a 240 for filing length down....I always brush off debris and wash files prior to sanitising...like using a new file every time....nothing worse than a manky looking file:)
 

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As Sandi said i use the same but if the nails are quite strong,could you use 180 in filing down length,or 250,or does it not make any difference?:)
I use 240 on finger nails which are usually not too thick, and if needed I'll use 180 on toenails which tend to be tougher!
 

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A 240 is good, Creative do the Kanga board which is perfect for natural nails, very thin and easy to handle, hth xxxx
 

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