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Satin Smooth Deluxe Nail Profiler

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  • Online Price: $49.99
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Satin Smooth Deluxe Nail Profiler performs a variety of manicure/pedicure functions.

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  • Includes 12 assorted professional nail attachments for artificial and natural nail care
  • Variable 2-speed hand unit sits perfectly on top of manicure tray for easy access
  • Comes with stand-up storage tray and cover for a clean appearance
  • High: 12,700 rpm, Low: 7,800 rpm
  • 9-ft. spiral cord

Satin Smooth Deluxe Nail Profiler performs a variety of manicure functions with the Deluxe Nail ProFiler. This 2-speed hand unit sits nicely on top of a manicure tray and has 12 assorted attachments suitable for both artificial and natural nail care
Satin Smooth Deluxe Nail Profiler has 12 interchangeable attachments for professional results and beautiful nails every time. To insert or remove the attachments from the base of the hand piece, simply push the metal button with your thumb and turn the metal chamber counter clockwise with your free hand. This will open the adjustable head chamber. Once you have inserted the attachment, turn the chamber clockwise while holding the metal button, until it fits tightly around the attachment. Pull shaft to secure fit. Great care must be taken while using this tool. Use extreme caution when using attachment around skin.
Manicures • Soak your hands in warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly. • Decide on the nail shape you want. The three most common nail shapes are round, square, or square with rounded edges. • Before filing your nails, clean them with the Cleaning Brush to remove any dirt from fingernails. Use the Gray Cylinder to remove dead skin around cuticle. • Then use the Fine White Grinding Barrel to smooth the rough edges of the nail. • Finish your manicure by gently massaging a cream or a moisturizer into fingers and hands. Use the Felt Nail Buffer to give nails a healthy natural look. When using a nail polish, clean off any cream on fingernails before applying polish. Pedicures Soak your feet for 10-15 minutes in warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly • Before filing your nails, clean them with the Cleaning Brush to remove any dirt from toenails. Use the Gray Cylinder to remove dead skin around cuticle. • Then use the Fine White Grinding Barrel to smooth the rough edges of the nail. If needed, use the Gray Emery Cone to reduce calluses and thick nails. • Finish your pedicure by gently massaging a cream or moisturizer into toes and feet. Use the Felt Nail Buffer to give toenails a healthy natural look. When using a nail polish, clean off any cream on toenails before applying polish.
Satin Smooth Deluxe Nail Profiler 2.1 5 19 20
Meets my expectations I bought this unit a few moths ago because I was tired of monkeying around with regular files, ruining my cuticles and not attaining a professional salon look. I am very pleased with the results. Yes, the little button fell off but I improvised and found that using a thumb track in the hole works just fine to tighten it for your bits and I keep the push pin in with the kit when I'm not using it. With all of the other complaints with the button, it must be a design flaw and it should be corrected. Others have complained the cord is too short, yes it is, a bit, but it can be stretched out. And since I believe it was meant for home use and not salon use, it stands to reason its not longer than it is. Over all, I am very pleased with my purchase June 20, 2013
Tarrible!! Bought this . Broke...... returned it got new one... broke,,,, 3rd one,,,, broke...... 4th one????? My warrenty didnt cover a new one... IT SUCKS!! the button used to change bits continusly breaks,,, please save yourself the money and get a better one online for 45 bucks u can get a professional footpeddal controol stainless steel bit included drill December 6, 2012
Terrible Just purchased this machine this morning . I couldn't wait to go home and try. It was awful every time I put pressure on my nail it stopped,wish I had read reviews before I wasted my money. Thank goodness they have a good return policy because its going back tomorrow. November 26, 2011
Worst purchase in my entire life I bought this not that long ago and figured it would be a good drill to start out with because i learned how to do nails without a drill. anyways this sucks! at first it worked perfectly but now that my warranty is up i started having major problems with it. a couple times it wouldnt even turn on. my drill bits popped right out and yes i tightened it correctly. the button has popped out on me numerous times. it makes a loud screeching noise at times. it stops rotating when i set it on the nails even if its the natural nail, and the cord is super short i have to use an extension cord so itll reach. overall its just an awful drill. DONT BUY IT!!! November 18, 2011
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recently moved and misplaced cord
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any 3/32" drill shank will fit.
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This takes any standard 3/32 drill shank. Same bits that wood carvers, rotary tools users and engravers use in their drills.
Google: " 3/32" stem" or "3/32 shank". Most nail machines are essentially rotary drills (dremels) and use either 3/32" bits or 1/8" bits, or both (and alternate between the 2 sizes with a 3/32 collet and an 1/8 collet).
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