• When cured, alcohol and even acetone will NOT affect the Gelz. But when in an uncured state they will destroy the integrity of the Gelz.
  • Gelz will NOT adhere to a ""slick & Shiny" surface.
  • Gelz will NOT adhere to skin (cuticle, etc.)
  • Gelz will NOT adhere to an oily surface.
  • Gelz that "run" into the cuticle area will lift.
  • Gelz reacts like a shrink wrap so ALWAYS "cap" over the free edge.
  • If you remove the dispersion layer, you MUST buff off the shine before the next layer is applied.
  • If you buff you MUST clenz.
  • Once the nail is clenz'ed neither you nor the client can touch their clothes, hair, cell phone, etc.
  • DO NOT touch the brush with your bare fingers.
  • DO NOT lay your brush on your table.
  • DO NOT expose your brush or product to any direct or indirect UV light source of any kind. even direct reflected sun light can cause the Gelz to cure.
  • Keep your area as dust free as possible.
  • Anything you do on the fingers, you can do on the toes.
  • NEVER apply Gelz to nails that have been in water such as a manicure or pedicure. Water hydrates the nail then when the nails dries it will shrink but the Gelz will not therefore this will cause the Gelz to just "pop off".
  • If the client wants a manicure or pedicure do the Gelz first then do the mani or pedi.
  • There is no dry time when the Gelz are cured for the final time and they CANNOT be "messed up" like other polishes.
  • Gelz are completely cured in 30 seconds with the LED or 3 minutes with the UV light.
  • Finger nail polish CAN be applied after the Gelz are completely cured and CAN be removed without effecting the Gelz color or shine.

RULES TO REMEMBER