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What are your favorite TOE seperators?
#1
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I tend to stay with "OPI" the foam original? (I guess is what you call it)
For pedicures-- it"s what I use, I tend to stick with the OPI foam as it leaves no fibers as cotton Weaving in between each toe. In the salon - The cosmotologist roll of cotton/ for weaving in between the toes causes alot of problems for nail techs with hanging fibers in the polish...What do you prefer to use as TOE seperators?
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#2
My clients actually love the softness and flexability I get with plain old paper towel. I fold a sheet in a triangle and roll it from the small point to the fold and lace it between the toes- no fibers like cotton. They tell me they like it better than regular toe separators.
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#3
I love pedi pipes ,and they are disposable...
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#4
I LOVE Toeseez!!!
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#5
Cotton rolls ("toepons") from a dental supply, only $7.99 for 2000 pieces.

http://www.pearsondental.com/catalog/pro...=&mart=#pd
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#6
I love the individual ones i get them from Nailite, clients love them too Smile
Michele
Massachusetts
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#7
I find that it is not worth the expense to use toe seperators, plus some people need more seperation than others, I just use tissue, mostly I rip it in half, twist and wind in between the toes, for some I have to use the whole tissue because some toes overlap. Hope this helps Smile
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#8
Thank you Ladies, WOW and thanks for all the ideas for toe seperators.
It's great to know ...and I appreciate the answers to see what everyone else uses.
After reading the posts, I learned there are alot of awesome options that I like very much.
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#9
Packing peanuts! I use packing peanuts that come in almost every box of supplies I order. They come in so many different sizes, it's easy to fit even the snuggest toes. I love the cylindrical ones the best. Lint free so no fuzzies in the polish. My clients often giggle over how I finally found a use for those annoying things. And best of all they are basically FREE!!
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#10
I like that idea too!!!
LOL....who knew packaging peanuts could make good toe seperators ...
I never thought of that, Lint Free and NO Fuzzies, I love it.
Thank you
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#11
OMG! I usually throw those peanuts out! Just got a package with them and you just gave me the greatest recycled free advice!
I usually rip a pst towel in half(the larger size package),twist it and wrap around toes. That works out cheaper than the toesies. I do have toe separators for the really bad toes. I buy them from premiernailsource.


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#12
I like Toesies best too. Most clients wear flip flops, so the regular type of separators don't fit right, and I feel wasteful having to tear them to fit right.
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#13
Ive always used sanek strips. U take 2 and fold them down until theyre layered and 6 inches long and then fold in half long ways and then u twist them until they r tighter....if that makes sense. These by far r the most cost effective ive found...and they work like a gem!!! Hth Smile
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#14
thanks, I think strips and pipes will be best for the summer client pedicures with sandals.
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#15
(05-19-2012, 09:50 PM)MickeysNails Wrote: Packing peanuts! I use packing peanuts that come in almost every box of supplies I order. They come in so many different sizes, it's easy to fit even the snuggest toes. I love the cylindrical ones the best. Lint free so no fuzzies in the polish. My clients often giggle over how I finally found a use for those annoying things. And best of all they are basically FREE!!


Yup Yup @ packing peanuts..Just have to make sure they arent the biodegradable ones. Had them start to disintegrate. lol
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#16
At the spa (and while I was in school) we used packing peanuts. I prefer the ones that come in my deliveries from Zoya nail polish. They are easier to "adjust" between the toes than some other peanuts.
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#17
I use tissue (Kleenex). I just fold it in half and half again and roll it up. Perfect Smile
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#18
LOVE LOVE LOVE the packing peanuts idea. You ladies are a God-send!!!
Jeanne - New You Nail Gallery
Detroit, MI

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#19
I read the other day that marshmallows make great toe seperators. However, that would be a terrible (not to mention illegal) use in the salon, but I thought it was funny. Smile I like the packing peanut idea MUCH better-cheap, disposable and somewhat comfy!
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#20
Packing peanuts all the way!! Since I do a dry pedi, I really like the ones that look like big cheese puffs Big Grin
Denise Anderson
Attitudes
Salem, OR
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#21
I learned so much from your replies.
Who knew packing peanuts are so popular....but it does make sense.
I like the tissue idea too. I love the idea of sanek strips also....WOW thanks lady's.
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#22
OMG - I am bumping this up because how genius is it to use packing peanuts for toe seperators?! I am always looking for new ways to be more eco/earth friendly. I love the idea of using the biodegradable peanuts for this - not to mention they are cheap! Love it!
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#23
I like the generic version of the OPI seperators. Very cheap and comfy
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