How to get rid/minimize the monomer smell? Help appreciated

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Faniasanchez

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Hi I just started with nails and the monomer smell is real strong, is there a way I can get rid of or minimize the monomer smell?
 

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Check out Ravair.
 

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Purple monomer stinks a lot less, and waiting brands can help.

you can also try a diffuser

 

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You would be far better off removing the toxic fumes from the air so you and your clients don't breathe them in rather than masking the smell and putting more fumes into the air. The smell from acrylic is a good thing as it lets you know that it is in the air, if you can't smell it you are still breathing it in and it WILL damage your health. Just read the Material Safety Data Sheets from all acrylic manufactures and you will see how much damage it can do. Candles and air fresheners are renowned for being one of the biggest pollutants in the home, soot and chemicals.
 

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