While many nail professionals recommend that acrylic nails always be removed at a salon, it is possible to remove them at home by soaking them in acetone, lifting them away gently and scrubbing away any remaining residue... More »

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To remove acrylic nails at home trim the nails, file the surface, and soak the acrylic in acetone to break it down. Care for natural nails by moisturizing them daily. More »

Remove acrylic nails by soaking them in non-acetone polish remover or rubbing alcohol. Then scrape off the acrylic glue from the nails, and wash and moisturize your hands. More »

While removing a gel manicure is ideally done by salon professionals, it can also be removed at home using 100 percent acetone, a nail file, a buffing block, strips of aluminum, cotton balls, an orangewood stick or cutic... More »

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Remove acrylic nails by clipping and filing them down, then soaking them in acetone. This takes a minimum of 30 minutes. You need acetone, olive or almond oil, a nail block, hot water, aluminum foil, a rag and cotton pad... More »

To remove acrylic nails at home trim the nails, file the surface, and soak the acrylic in acetone to break it down. Care for natural nails by moisturizing them daily. More »

The best way to get acrylic nails off is to dissolve the adhesive section between the nail and the acrylic using acetone. More »

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