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    Default Emergency nailcare - Product of the Week

    Should you be unfortunate enough to damage a nail whilst pursuing your jewellery craft work -

    Cookson's Straight 7"/17.5cm Shears
    (Product Code: 999 658) are excellent for making emergency repairs until you can get to your nail care professional.

    Simply trim the nail carefully with the shears, and finish the repair off with a fine buff stick.

    Job done!

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    lmao could open up a whole new avenue of sales for Cooksons lol
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    people always laugh at me when they see my nail file!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigwol View Post
    Should you be unfortunate enough to damage a nail whilst pursuing your jewellery craft work -

    Cookson's Straight 7"/17.5cm Shears
    (Product Code: 999 658) are excellent for making emergency repairs until you can get to your nail care professional.

    Simply trim the nail carefully with the shears, and finish the repair off with a fine buff stick.

    Job done!
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    LOL, i'm a qualified nail technician so may be it was a natural progression!!!! x x
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    Is this where you admit to using a needle file to take care of a rag nail (finger nails were to short to trim)

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    needle file ...to small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigwol View Post

    Cookson's Straight 7"/17.5cm Shears
    (Product Code: 999 658) are excellent for making emergency repairs until you can get to your nail care professional.
    Have you managed to see your nail care professional yet?
    J x

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    Mine usually get a regular caressing with a bit of fine sandpaper.
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    I have resorted to the mortar layer between bricks before!!

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