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How can you tell if Retention+ liquid has gone bad?

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Rhonda

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Hello!!

The salon that I work can get really hot on Sunday and Monday when we are closed and the air conditioning is off. I have reason to believe that this may have made my Retention + liquid go bad. I know that extreme heat can ruin the liquid if it is left in the trunk of a car, but I don't know if this could happen in the salon too!

Thursday, I just couldn't get a good ball to form. My acrylic looked good, i was frosty and looked like orange peel, however, it looked like a pancake instead of a ball like I am usually able to form.

Should I pitch this liquid and get a new bottle? Help! I don't want to have more problems two weeks down the road when they come in with nothing left! :rolleyes:
 
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