URZO replacement nail files
V7T Rectangle shaped thin replacement nail files
URZO replacement nail files allow you to provide a new nail file for every customer. Following hygiene and safety rules and using disposable consumables demonstrates your professionalism.
Safety for the specialist and the customer, protecting against infectious and fungal diseases.
Convenience and simplicity – URZO replacement nail files are easy to apply, adhere well to the URZO base, are easy to remove and leave no adhesive residue.
It is important for beauty professionals to provide professional, high-quality and hygienic beauty services. Unsafe, unhygienic work equipment can contribute to the spread of infectious diseases. The customer has the right to a service where all hygiene standards are respected. It should be borne in mind that even procedures that do not involve injury to the skin carry a risk of infection.
- Human papillomas (warts)
- Herpes viruses
- Fungal infections
Micro-organisms are spread between people through unwashed hands, dirty work utensils, contact with biological fluids, etc., and any customer is a potential source of infection.
Replacement nail files are considered the safest for use in professional manicure and pedicure salons. The metal base can be sterilised in a hot air steriliser and disinfected with special solutions, while the used file is removed immediately after customer service.
Abrasive is available in different grits: 80, 120, 150, 180, 220, 240, 280. The abrasive has a high wear resistance. The abrasive surface of the replacement files is coated to reduce the adhesion of nail dust. The abrasive coating allows even filing without grooves or micro-cracks.
By removing the protective paper layer, the URZO replacement nail files can be quickly and easily glued to the URZO base. The adhesive part of the replacement nail files is coated with a special coating (URZO-cpk35). The files adhere well to the base, do not slip, but at the same time can be easily torn off after use. The replacement file is completely removed from the base without leaving a sticky layer. The used file is discarded and the base itself, together with the other metal instruments, undergoes a multi-step disinfection and sterilisation process.