Ceramic Nail Drill Bits

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  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
  • Ceramic Nail Drill Bits
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Ceramic Nail Drill Bits

 

 Ceramic Nail Drill Bits are made of the strongest and the toughest Zirconia ceramic material.  Ceramic Drill Nail bits are much more durable than carbide nail drill bits.  Shank Size: 3/32"  Resistant to acid, alkaline and heat, Antibacterial and no clogging.

 

Always disinfect drill bits between client use. 

 Large Barrel bit

The barrel bits are great for doing surface work on the nail. You can also use the barrel bits for backfill cutting, shortening, and shaping the nail, and to make a smile line.

 

UNC Bit

The UNC bit is an under the nail cleaning bit. The shape of the UNC bit is pointed and small. The point size changes from manufacturer to manufacturer. This particular shape helps the bit to get in tight spaces. The UNC bit is commonly used not only for under the nail cleaning, but also for sidewalls. Some nail technicians also use this bit for making designer holes in the nails.

 

Cone Bit

The cone bit has a long, slim and tapered shape. You can use this cone-shaped bit for several purposes, such as preparing the cuticle area and sidewalls, and cleaning under the nail. You also can use the cone bit on the top of the nail. It is a great shape for toenail surface work, but not the best shape for fingernails surface work.

 

Tapered Barrel

The Tapered barrel bit has a flat top and a cone shape to it. It is shorter than the cone bit and is great for surface work, in-fill preparation, cuticle, and sidewalls preparation.

 

Smooth Top Safety Bits

These are cuticle safety bits and are designed for safe cuticle work. They are rounded at the top and come in a great variety of shapes. With these bits, you can easily reach the cuticle and sidewalls without damaging the nail. They are great for in-fill cuticle work.

 
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