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What is the best way to remove nail varnish from a client without damaging your own varnish?
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There are remover pads called hands down pads i think ! they have protective backing to protect your nails i have seen them in most nail online stores or sweet squared sell them!:)
 

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hold your pad/cotton wool etc further down between your fingers (near or below the 2nd knuckle) towards your palm.
 

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I use hands down pads or hold a pad under my middle finger using the fingers either side to grip it, if that makes sense :)
 

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Thanks for all your answers

I had looked at the Hands Down pads but wondered if they worked out expensive - how many would it take to remove dark polish off all ten nails??

I had also thought about gloves especially when using acetone to pack & wrap nails for removal. Which ones can you use - would acetone not melt them?
 

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Thanks for all your answers

I had looked at the Hands Down pads but wondered if they worked out expensive - how many would it take to remove dark polish off all ten nails??

I had also thought about gloves especially when using acetone to pack & wrap nails for removal. Which ones can you use - would acetone not melt them?
I use medical gloves....havent melted for me...
 

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I use hands down pads or hold a pad under my middle finger using the fingers either side to grip it, if that makes sense :)
This is what I do too
 

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I had also thought about gloves especially when using acetone to pack & wrap nails for removal. Which ones can you use - would acetone not melt them?
Gloves made from Nitrile
 

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