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Small Size Ceramic Nail Drill Bits For cleaning Under Nails & Cutile Nail Drill Bits
Believe it or not, most technicians tend to ignore the fact that their bits deserve the same hygienic attention than their other instruments. If you want to ensure your customers' safety, you should disinfect your bits after every procedure.
After all, it's not that hard to clean your bits between your customers, so there's absolutely no excuse to use dirty bits on them.
Drill bits should always be scrubbed with a brush and then rinsed with soapy water, regardless of their material. Soaking them in acetone is also a good option if you want to dissolve the dust and dead particles in the bit.
Afterwards, you want to clean your bits with a disinfecting formula that will kill all the bacteria in the instrument. Bear in mind that you should always follow the manufacturer's instructions when cleaning and soaking these tools.
Of course, you want to let the bits dry after you've soaked them. If you're not using them, you want to put them in an empty container in order to avoid contact with the exterior.
Don't be surprised if your bits rust after you disinfect them, for they tend to rust after they've been soaked numerous times. However, you won't have this issue if you have diamond bits. Also, make sure you're disinfecting it for the right amount of time, for exceeding it will also rust your bits.
|Item Type||Nail Drill Bit|
|Type||XC, C, M, F|
|Material||Ceramic Drill bit|
|Note||Fits most machines that use 3/32"|
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