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Does anyone have any "home remedies" that removes gel-acrylic nails?? I don't really want to go to the nail salon, but if I have to, i will....

 

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yep, soak in nail polish w/ acetone for awhile. they'll soften and eventually you'll get fed up and yank them off. it's the same thing they'd do in a nail salon, so save your money.

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I use to do acrylics for 6 years. I clip them super short. Then soak in acetone. Then file the top and repeat. If you rip them off they will hurt your real nails. It takes a while to get them off though. If you keep filing them down they will eventually come off easier. Don't rip them!

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I use to do acrylics for 6 years. I clip them super short. Then soak in acetone. Then file the top and repeat. If you rip them off they will hurt your real nails. It takes a while to get them off though. If you keep filing them down they will eventually come off easier. Don't rip them!

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Originally Posted by CaliaA07 View Post
I use to do acrylics for 6 years. I clip them super short. Then soak in acetone. Then file the top and repeat. If you rip them off they will hurt your real nails. It takes a while to get them off though. If you keep filing them down they will eventually come off easier. Don't rip them!
I have ripped 2 off and the nails beds are realllly soft... sad.gif
Good idea about clipping them short and then soaking them...i'm going to try it-THANKS!!

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