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Hurry Up Nails Glue Dryer

by Formula 10
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Hurry Up Nails Glue Dryer

by Formula 10
SBS-236521
$9.69
Hurry Up Nails Glue Dryer is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 12.
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  • Only a small amount is needed Dries nail glues instantly
    Revolutionizing fast brush on polish dryer. Hurry UP! is at it again by becoming an industry standard in the brush on polish dryer category. Formula 10 Hurry Up Nails Glue Dryer works with liteless gels, silk linens, fiberglass wraps, tips and dip powders.
  • Clean nails completely using pure acetone polish remover. Do not use non-acetone or oily polish removers. Apply your favorite nail glue as smoothly as possible. Hold "Hurry Up!" 3-5 inches away from the nail area. Spray lightly over the glue. Only a small amount is required. This will bond the glue instantly, leaving a glass-like finish. Now simply file lightly and buff. If a second application of glue is desired, lightly buff before reapplying the second coat. A slight heating sensation may occur. Spray the finger with Isopropyl Alcohol until the heating sensation subsides. Dry fingernail and cuticle area thoroughly before reapplying glue. Do not use "Hurry Up!" if glue is on cuticle or skin areas.
  • Hold Hurry Up 3"-5" away from nail area. Spray lightly over glue.
  • Butane, Propane, SD alcohol 40-B, Dimethyltolylamine
  • We're sorry, this product cannot ship to the following locations: Quebec

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy with product Works like a charm. Does what it says, dries instantly. I love it.
Date published: 2019-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nail Glue Dryer I buy this product all the time from Sally’s. Great product. Best product on the market to quickly dry nail glue. Dries in seconds. Saves a lot of time.
Date published: 2018-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for wraps and French Dip I have used this product for a long time because it works great and is low odor. My Sally store no longer stocks it though so I had to order it and pay shipping and no Pro discount. Not happy.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hurry Up Spray I buy this product all the time. It works well for me.
Date published: 2018-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great! Does exactly what I needed it to do. Recommend - A+!
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant dry I love this stuff! I use it on IBD 5-second brush-on gel resin and on ASP resin and it dries them instantly so I can get on with the filing. It's nice when I'm doing a full set of nail wraps, but it's even more awesome when I'm just repairing one finger because I don't have to wait to file in between coats. It can leave a spray pattern, but that's no big deal because I'd have to file the resin anyway. It gets hot if I spray it on a thick coat of glue or resin, but not uncomfortable. Always file between coats or it will start to cure your second coat as you're applying it.
Date published: 2009-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Must Have for any nail gel or glue user! Amazing! If you hate waiting for nail glue or brush-on resin to dry before continuing with your manicure, then you really need this Nail Glue Dryer. I regularly use Swiss Silk Wraps with IBD 5 Second Brush-On Resin wish is great for repairing cracks and splits in the nail, but I almost always end up accidentally dinging or touching the glue, both messing it up or getting resin where I don't want it. This product is truly a life saver (and a time saver!). Brush on your glue or resin as smoothly as possible, over your wraps if you're using those, give it a quick spritz of Hurry Up! Nail Glue Dryer and it hardens it and removes the tackiness instantly! No more waiting 10 minutes before buffing or reapplying glue. I can go right back to continuing my manicure. I used to hate having to repair my nails because of the extra time involved, but not anymore. A new staple!
Date published: 2009-04-27
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Do you have these in stores?

Asked by: Anom1230
Yes
Answered by: SillyNailGirl
Date published: 2018-02-06

For acrylic nails, I use the dip powder method. Brush on nail adhesive, then dip nail in the powder. Last step is a layer of nail adhesive, then a spray of "Acrylic Activator" which drys the adhesive. Can I use this product instead of the Activator?

Asked by: KimInWis
I have always used on Silk Nails that requires resin (nail glue). I have used activators when I was out of Hurry Up on resin before that didn’t dry or speed up process. I am not sure it would work. 
Answered by: Silk Wrap Manicurist
Date published: 2017-11-22

Can this be used as a replacement for dip powder overlay/glue activator?

Asked by: KimInWis
Honestly, I am not sure I understand that question that is being asked? I just use this spray to dry the nail glue faster than waiting for it to dry on it's own. Not sure if this helps in any way?
Answered by: laugogirl
Date published: 2017-11-18

Is this useful for regular nail polish?

I don't often do my nails with acrillic or shellac at home but u do enjoy being able to paint my nails and go as soon as possibble. I have long searched for an alternative to waiting forever for my nails to fully dry and although this may not FULLY dry my nails, is it any help with accidental smudging after painting?
Asked by: Kensey
Formula 10 is designed for drying nail glue. We do have Beauty Secrets Nail Enamel Dryer Spray 164090 or several fast drying top coats – Out the Door 505010, In a Hurry 507050, OPI Rapid Dry 638712.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2015-10-29

I want to put rhinestones on my natural nails... Can I paint my hair nail with regular polish polish first, let dry, add glue to put rhinestones, then spray? Or should I use gel polish?

Asked by: Mynrva Mynk
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