What "wipe off" solution does everyone use?

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x_emily_x89

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When doing gel nails?

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I use CND D:Sperse to remove the inhibition layer from BioSculpture and Shellac.
 

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Really depends on what System people are using. I personally stick to Sanitizer which is one of the solutions that Bio Sculpture use to wipe off their sticky residue... Is this what you mean ??
 

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I use isopropyl alcohol to clean off sticky layer
 

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D:Sperse for me too
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NSI cleanse. I just love the smell and so do my clients. I use it for Gelish.
 

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Nas99 for OPI gel nails ::hug:
 

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I use the super high shine lotion or the LCN cleaner for my LCN gel nail extensions and CND D-Sperse for Shellac. I think it depends on what gel system you use - most brands have their own, which I would personally recommend sticking to where you can. X
 

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Sweet Squared D:Sperse for Shellac and Scrubfresh for Brisa.

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hi i use dual cleanse for sticky but started using scrubfresh for prep i use bio sculpture gels. xx
 

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Nsi cleanse for me too. Love the smell.
 

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Thanks for everyones replys, im using nco gel at the moment with edge nails wipe off.

Just thinking of using something different.
 

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I use a bottle of 99% isopropyl alcochol that I bought at the pharmacy.

It's cheaper and works just the same.
 

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i use brisa and use scrub fresh
 

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NSI cleanse here too, couldn't be without.
 

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i use nas99 but acetone works just fine for a cheaper alternative! x
 

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Acetone would not work for a soak off gel as it would start to break it down and undermine the service ... Stick to 99% I P alcohol which is actually much more expensive from a chemist than D.Sperse from Sweet Squared 08452106960, which you can get in professional-sized quantities for your Business. It smells very nice and fresh and professional plus it does the job perfectly and will work with any system. I use it for both soak off and hard gels. HTH
 

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I use Orly Gel FX 3 in 1 cleanser for Gelish and buff off gel.

It cleans, preps and shines. Much cheaper than the Gelish equivalent.
 

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Oh gosh don't use acetone. I forgot to glove up and lost two of my pretty gels just taking a clients gels off! I barely touched the acetone!
Perhaps she meant to type alcohol?!?!

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