This GERmanikure crystal glass file is handcrafted in the Czech Republic from thick Bohemian glass and specially formulated and tempered against breaking. Unlike thinner, cheap imitations where the file may break or texture may eventually scrape or even peel off like a sticker, the texture on this file is chemically etched directly into the 3mm thick glass and is impossible to wear off. Chemical etching gently removes a portion of the surface of the file, leaving behind random, yet evenly placed rounded peaks. As a result, this file can actually be used either wet or dry, in both directions without causing microscopic frays and gouges on either nails or cuticles.
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Designed for smoothing nail edges, the inner curve of this moon file has a shallow groove cut into it. The etched texture in this curve shapes the nail file edge quickly and effortlessly as the nail is swept through the groove. A foolproof way to perfectly edge and shape your nails, this crystal glass moon file provides a superior smooth nail in only a few strokes.
Dual Filing Surfaces
This crystal glass moon file isn’t just for nail edges. The entire flat surface of this file on both sides is etched with texture also, making it the perfect dual use pocket or purse file. Shape your nails with the flat surface, and finish the edges with the moon curve. The etched texture reduces the risk of nail bed cracking and delamination. Don’t sand your nails, seal them.
Hygienic and Sterilizable
This moon file cleans up easily with simple soap and water. The high contrast black makes it incredibly easy to see and remove any remaining "nail dust" on the surface. Glass itself has natural antibacterial/anti-fungal qualities, and this file is also durable enough to hold up to a chemical bath or steam sterilizer (up to 170 degrees Celsius). Unlike cheaper glass “files” there are no microscopic crevices and cracks in the surface of this crystal glass file that will harbor fungus, bacteria, or viruses.
Use Wet or Dry
GERmanikure glass nail files work equally well wet or dry, on natural nails, SNS, and acrylics. Whatever nail surface you want to smooth, these glass files are strong and durable enough to do the job.
Dual Direction Filing
Unlike single direction files that “sand” the nail, a crystal glass nail file seals the nail with every stroke, regardless whether that stroke is backwards, forwards, or a combination of both. After filing with a crystal glass nail file and examined at many times magnification, a freshly filed nail edge is smooth and rounded; a nail that is filed with a “sanded” nail file has microscopically frayed edges.
Tough and Durable
GERmanikure crystal glass files aren’t as brittle as you might think. The moon files are crafted of 3mm thick authentic Bohemian glass which is chemically hardened and tempered to resist breaking. This special glass treatment not only enhances the clarity and sparkle of the glass, but also adds resiliency. While breakage is possible with all glass, dropping a GERmanikure crystal glass moon file from a short distance (such as counter height to floor) will, in most cases, not break the file.
Even though this thick bohemian glass file is crafted of the finest hardened Czech crystal and designed to last for decades, GERmanikure goes a step further. This file comes complete with a custom fitted leather sleeve. For our friends who prefer non-leather options, we offer a vegan friendly pvc protective sleeve instead of leather, upon request. The case will prevent damage to the file when it is not in use.
This heirloom quality nail file is produced under patent in the Czech Republic. Look for the authentic holographic label containing the patent number on every file.
GERmanikure believes in long tool life, healthful living, and good environmental stewardship. Each glass file is handcrafted in the Czech Republic by trained adult artisans paid a living wage. This item is guaranteed free from unethical workmanship such as forced labor or child labor.