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Hi Fellow Geeks,

I am not sure if there is already a post about a similar problem but I have run out of UV Finishing Wipe and I really need to take off my old Gelish colour and paint on a new one ready for my birthday party at the weekend. Problem is I don't have time to get to the wholesalers to get some more ( :sad: ) so I was wondering if anyone has an tips as to what I can use instead?

Thanks guys :green:

Alison
 

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Kitchen roll works a treat x
 

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Non acetone polish remover I presume u mean to remove sticky layer
 
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Ok cool, does the towel not get stuck to the nail? I was thinking maybe non-acetone nail varnish remover...??

Confused LOL
 
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Yeah to remove the sticky residue left over by the top it off coat.
 

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I use sanitising spray (that you would use on clients hands) on cotton wool discs, had some cheap stuff left over from my college kit, works a treat! Only use it on myself tho, clients get the proper stuff lol xx

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I would use sanitise spray too x
 
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Thanks guys that does help, will try it out!


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Vodka! Bit of a waste though! ;-)
 

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Yep sanatiser spray works

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Lol at Wendy. Use alcohol. Rubbing alcohol 70% will work, but the higher the %the better the shine, so if you have any 90% I'd use that. I keep some in my bathroom cabinet for cuts and such. Ita what I use at home.

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Thanks guys, that helps loads. Wendy don't have any vodka in my house for drinking let alone getting the sticky residue off my nails lol hand sanitizer it will be! :)

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Surgical spirit works great as well
 

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