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monomer question
#1
hey everyone,

I have a question. I accidently mixed some rubbing alcohol in with my bottle of monomer. I thought it was the left over of my monomer, but it was the alcohol I poured into it. Can I still use it? Will it hurt it?

Rachel
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#2
Any input?
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#3
I'm not sure what the long, technical answer is. But the short version is, Dump it. (Don't "dump it," please dispose of it in a safe, ecologically responsible manner.)

But I'm going to err on the side of caution and consider that monomer to be contaminated now.

I suppose you could set it aside and use it for some practice and see if you observe any changes in its performance. But I wouldn't use it on clients at least until you're pretty sure it still works the way it ought to.
Maggie Franklin: Art of Nailz, Visalia CA
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#4
thank you Smile. I tested it on myself and it seemed to harden properly. It took a little longer to dry, but once it did it set fine. I'll buy a new bottle, its a shame because this stuff is so expensive!
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#5
Dump it yes it's expensive,
but not half as expensive as they repercussions could be!!
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#6
Id dump it. By mixing something else into it you've altered the chemistry of it.
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