Lint free pads that are actually lint free!

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Paige@TheClinik

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Thank you for all the replies ladies! I will try your suggestions, I'm so excited to have a stress and fluff free day without pulling fluff out of my gelish 😊
 

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Deffo wax strips cut up. Deo do honeycomb wax strips and they are fab
 

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I use NSI lint free pads...from nsi.co.uk or nailangel.co.uk
The pack has lasted me months and I've never had a problem with lint xx
 

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I use paper bonded wax strips aswell - after a tip from a fellow geek :)
They are perfect and dead cheap 👍


Laura x
 

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I use ibd sponge wipes or Regina blitz kitchen towel both 110% lint free! The wipes do look more professional though IMHO x


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I use plenty kitchen roll, someone on my course recommended it, but I was called a 'cheap skate' for using it by a nasty client once. But it's guaranteed lint free. Will be trying the eBay ones to see how they are though :)
 

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I use ibd sponge wipes or Regina blitz kitchen towel both 110% lint free! The wipes do look more professional though IMHO x


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Do you find the regina blitz sort of rolls up and leaves little bits of paper on the nail?

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