This bottle is essential to keeping your brushes clean, dissolving any leftover product and preventing cross contamination between your steps that could cause them to become hardened, stringy, gooey and, worst of all, ruined!
How to care for your Volcano Spa Brush Restore:
- Step #1
Begin by removing the Brush Restore cap and wiping the brush and wand clean with a lint-free cloth. Set this clean brush aside and take the brush from the Nail Dip Step product that needs a good cleaning. (Perhaps the brushes have begun to stick together or you have some product buildup on your Base Coat and your Top Coat.)
- Step #2
Select the brush and place it into the Brush Restore bottle. Screw on the top and give your Brush Restore bottle with your dirty brush a good shake! Be sure you quickly place your clean Brush Restore brush from Step #1 into the bottle you’re cleaning to prevent it from drying out.
- Step #3
Allow your dirty brush to sit in the Brush Restore for about 15 minutes and then remove the newly cleaned brush and give it a good wipe with a lint-free cloth. This step prevents the Brush Restore from contaminating your other Nail Dip Steps.You have a squeaky clean brush and any leftover product have been dissolved; restoring your well-loved Volcano Spa Nail Dip Products to its former glory!
Pro Tip: Avoid Activator coming into contact with either your Base Coat and Top Coat via your brushes. Activator can cause both of these products to activate, causing them to become sticky, stringy, hardened, and worst of all, ruined!
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