Glass Nail Files w/Protective Sleeves - Set of 2

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Glass files are a must-have for all nail enthusiasts. Unlike cardboard emery boards, glass files are much gentler on the nails and help to seal the keratin into the edge of your nails as you file, resulting in less chipping, peeling, and overall breakages. This set includes 2 glass files with a beautiful white-to-teal ombre design. Each file is 5.78 inches long and features a pointed tip for cleaning under the nails.

With proper care and storage, these files can last years. Clean them gently with soap and water or spray them with antiseptic solutions to sanitize. This set includes 2 protective sleeves to help preserve their efficiency and cleanliness.

  • OMBRE DESIGN: Features a teal-to-white ombre design and a smooth, comfortable handle.
  • HAPPIER NAILS: Glass files are gentler for your nails than cardboard emery boards and help to prevent nail breakage.
  • EASY-TO-CLEAN: Keep your files germ-free by washing your files with soap & water.
  • STAY SHARP: Includes protective sleeves to keep your files sharp and gritty.
  • MEASUREMENTS: This set includes 2 glass nail files measuring 5.78 inches long.
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LG
11/23/2020
Leslie G.
United States United States
A+ glass files!

Bought two glass files, great price. Gifted one and kept one! Love it! Thank you Maniology for always supplying excellent products and excellent customer service.

SB
11/06/2020
Shari B.
United States United States
Love these nail files!!

The best files I have ever used! My nail edges are so smooth Absolutely love these files!!

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