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I have been reading all the comments about Linkage and I just want you all to know that I am a working nail tech with 20 years behind me now. I know Linkage is a wonderful primer and I too have also set down to do a client and find half a bottle DRIED UPAngry
I have tried it all !!! Wiping the bottle threads with acetone only dissolves the surface and coats the treads on the bottle and in the cap therefore not letting it seal good. The best way I have found to clean the bottle is with a dry towel or paper towel. It peels the product off. I use a dotting tool to clean out the threads in the cap.
I also bump the brush back and forth in the neck of the bottle instead of dragging it out. As most of you know I have for some time now been sending out extra brush caps at no charge to try and help you all save your Linkage.
I am open to any and all suggestions so please email me at [email protected]
I truly appreciate your business and am willing to make changes for the better.
I am a Linkage victim myself and wondering if smaller bottles might be a solution. Of course, you still have to properly care for the bottle but if it does dry up, maybe it won't be as much of a waste? Just a suggestion
The idea, to me, sounds like a good one and would probably work. The only problem is going to be for the person that fills the bottles. More labor, more time involved, that usually means more cost for the product in a smaller bottle. But then, if it's an awesome product like LInkage, people might find it worth it.