80/80 Grit Red Mylar Nail File
Nail files of a salon professional quality, easily sanitised and ergonomic. Having a nail file which is easily sanitised is essential for any nail salon or nail technician, always remember to spray tools and nail files with surface sanitiser spray before and after each use. As a really nice touch, and to boost client confidence, why not give your clients the nail files you have been using on them after you have carried out their nail application procedure. Nail File Abrasive Surface Info: The higher the grit rating, the finer the abrasion and the gentler the nail file will be on the natural nail. This is no good if you are working on tough acrylic nails though, artificial nails will need a more abrasive file some overlays will need incredibly tough files to deal with them. So the tougher the nails, the lower the grit level you should choose. Colours are a matter of personal preference. Choose the right nail file for the application 80 Grit = Extra-Coarse Use on even the toughest acrylic applications, for removing gel nails, fibreglass nails and acrylic nail extensions. Also great for hard skin removal on feet. 100 Grit - Coarse For shaping sculptured and tip and overlay acrylic and gel nails or hard toenails during a pedicure. 180 - Medium Essential for finer details of artificial nails like shaping the nail tips before acrylic nail application and blending nail tips . 240 - Fine It is not recommended that you would use a nail file with a grit rating less than 240 grit on the natural nail including manicures and nail preparation, remember that the higher the number the finer the nail file. The 240 grit nail file can also be used for the final fine details before buffing acrylic nails.