How do you remove fiberglass nails?

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The ideal methods for removing fiberglass nails are to either let the nails grow out naturally, or to visit the salon where they were applied to allow a qualified nail technician to address the issue with professional tools. If these options are not practical, About.com recommends removing fiberglass nails at home by wrapping acetone-soaked cotton balls around the nails in a tinfoil cover for at least thirty minutes.

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