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Rated 4 out of
Kristen GW from
Pretty good fileWorks well but seems to wear out quickly. Better than the ASP files I have purchased before
Date published: 2020-12-31
Rated 5 out of
The bestI have very thin, weak nails (due to a health condition) and this file is perfect for me to get smooth edges that don't catch on my clothes, blanket, etc.
Date published: 2020-12-06
Rated 5 out of
Great tool to keep Mani neat and maintain shapeUse this to keep the snaggies at bay. Helps minimize breakage and smooths ends of nail without removing noticeable length.
Same question as above. Need ones gentle enough for my soft nails. Ones I have labeled 280/320 are okay for shaping but not "extra fine" at all. Have used the (also pink) Tropical Shine ones in 400/600, which ARE x-fine. Why the difference??
Asked by: Ruby Slippers
The numbers are the grit size, or roughness of the sides. Higher mesh numbers mean the particles are more fine, less rough. So the 400/600 are really fine.
Answered by: apinidaho
Date published: 2020-11-20
In Tropical Shine's assorted option, it shows Medium as 220/320, and Fine as 400/600. This says the Fine/Extra Fine is 280/320. Do these numbers even mean anything, if the same company uses the same numbers for conflicting descriptions of texture?
Asked by: Not an expert
My boards are as follows: pink dual grit 001318 280/320 fine/extra fine ... lemon 001315 180 medium ... lime 001314 120 coarse