How to properly store manicure materials, gels and varnishes?

Do you usually store your nail products? If you’re just throwing away every time you run out, now it’s time to properly preserve your manicure equipment. In this blog, your expert nail supplier Maryton will give you some tips for properly storing your nail prosthesis products.

Properly store manicure supplies

If you work from home, it is best to serve yourself:

  • From a closed box: for cuticle pushers, nail files, cuticle cutters, tweezers, etc. ;
  • A second box for the cutters if you use an electric nail drill to do the nails;
  • A quiver to store brushes.

As a reminder, each manicure tool must be cleaned and disinfected before being put away in its place.

Rechargeable Maryton Pro Nail Drills 1,000 ~ 30,000 RPM
Rechargeable Maryton Pro Nail Drills 1,000 ~ 30,000 RPM

Store gel and polishes

The jars and bottles must remain upright and upright to prevent the product from leaking. On the other hand, gel, classic or semi-permanent nail polish, just like acrygel or resin, are photosensitive substances. It is therefore essential to keep them in a dark place.

In terms of temperatures, these materials fear cold and heat. It is therefore best to keep them in a place where the temperatures are between 5 and 25°C. Indeed, lower or higher temperatures can alter the consistency and viscosity of manicure products.

Also remember that the quality of the equipment you get at the start is essential; for this, choose the best professional manicure sets.

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