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Beating the Winter Blues: How to Avoid Monomer Setting Too Slowly

How to Avoid Monomer Setting Too Slowly

As the cold winter days set in, your nail products may not be setting as quickly as youd like. This is due to a phenomenon known as monomer crystalization, which is caused by the lower temperatures. While this can be frustrating, there are a few steps you can take to combat this issue.


1. Quality Monomer 

The first step is to make sure that you’re using a high-quality monomer. Low-grade monomers are more likely to crystallize in cold weather, so it’s important to make sure that you’re using a reputable product. 

2. Proper Storage

Next, you’ll want to make sure that you’re storing your monomer properly. Monomer should be stored at room temperature and kept away from direct sunlight. This will help to keep the monomer from crystallizing when the temperature drops.

3. Monomer booster

Finally, you can also use a monomer booster to help prevent crystalization. Monomer boosters are designed to counteract the effects of cold weather on monomer, allowing it to set more quickly. You can defenetly check out our HB Monomer Booster since it's designed to customize the performance of any monomer. It enhances adhesion and strength, speeds up the setting time, and prevents the crystallization in cold climates. It is easy to use and provides reliable results. Use this booster to ensure optimal performance and to get the best out of your monomer. 

Addtional Tip

If your monomer is cold run the bottle in warm water to bring it up to temperature or use a heat pad. Monomer should always in room temperature.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your nail products are setting quickly and properly, even in cold temperatures. So dont let the winter blues get you downfollow these tips to keep your monomer setting quickly and efficiently.

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Tags: Monomer Crystalization, Winter Setting, Monomer Boosters, Clean Brushes, Well-Ventilated Work Area, Timers, Nail Products, Cold Weather, Room Temperature 


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