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I have a lady coming in for Swarovski Toes this week but she currently has Jessica Geleration on her tootsies and wants me to remove them. (i don't use Geleration)

I know i need to file the shine off and use remover wraps but don't have their 'erase' soak off remover. Is acetone or Dsolve ok to use?

thanks x
 

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Perfectly ok to use acetone and DSolve will be perfect no matter what they say. Lol
 

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aw, thanks a million Gigi. :Love:
 

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I have a lady coming in for Swarovski Toes this week but she currently has Jessica Geleration on her tootsies and wants me to remove them. (i don't use Geleration)

I know i need to file the shine off and use remover wraps but don't have their 'erase' soak off remover. Is acetone or Dsolve ok to use?

thanks x
above lady ended up rescheduling to this thursday so i haven't removed her GELeration yet.

is there anything else i need to be aware of when i remove it? is further buffing required once i take the wraps off or is it similar to Shellac removal where an orange stick is used to gently loosen any polish still on nail plate?
 

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above lady ended up rescheduling to this thursday so i haven't removed her GELeration yet.

is there anything else i need to be aware of when i remove it? is further buffing required once i take the wraps off or is it similar to Shellac removal where an orange stick is used to gently loosen any polish still on nail plate?
I dont use Geleration but I have a friend who has applied to me before and when she removed she just removed in exactly the same way as I do Gelish, so like you say break the seal by gently filing top coat, wrap in acetone/dsolve in foil and then you just use an orange stick to gently remove any left on the nail.
 

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I use Geleration and as stated above you use same removal technique as Shellac/Gelish

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Thanks ladies x
 

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