If I use my brush in Brand A monomer, will it contaminate if used in Brand B?

A. It shouldn't wreck the product but it's always wise to clean between different systems, even different systems from the same company. I suggest using OPI Non-Yellowing Brush Cleaner, rather than using monomer to clean as many companies recommend. Otherwise you can't avoid the mixing of monomers.

Paul Bryson, Ph.D. Director of Research & Development, OPI Products Inc. Email: PBryson@opi.com

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