Shuttle Carbide Drill Bit F0615-F

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[Product number / color] F0615-F(Fine)

Introducing a mega course with high cutting ability and a super fine finish like a file. Since it is black, you can check the cutting powder.
Achieves a beautiful and clean cutting surface compared to the carbide bar. Since the frictional heat is low, it is highly safe and there is almost no frictional heat after work such as gel.


Warning :All products are professional use only.

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We are not responsible for any danger caused by improper use.


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The corn-shaped tungsten carbide grinding head with fine grooves (F) is designed for efficient and safe nail care. Here are its key features and uses based on your description:

  1. Fine Grooves (F): The fine teeth provide gentle yet effective grinding, making it suitable for removing various nail products without damaging the natural nail.
  2. Corn-Shaped Design: The unique shape allows for efficient and precise removal of nail products.
  3. Durability: Made from tungsten carbide, which is more durable than ceramic, ensuring long-lasting performance.
  4. Round-Tipped Design: The pointed round tip ensures safety by preventing injury to the surrounding skin during use.
  5. Beginner-Friendly: The design is suitable for beginners, offering control and safety during use.

Product Uses:

  • Removing Gel Polish: Efficiently grinds away gel polish.
  • Removing Phototherapy Gel: Suitable for taking off phototherapy gel without harming the natural nail.
  • Removing Extension Gel: Effective for removing extension gels.

This grinding head is perfect for both professional nail technicians and home users who need a reliable and safe tool for various nail care tasks. Its design ensures efficient removal of nail products while protecting the natural nail and surrounding skin.




Product code: 385985

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