Removing Nail Glue From Acrylic Nails?

I get the Kiss brand nails from Walmart and they end up coming off in about a week. I'd lke to reuse the nails but you can see the glue. Is there any way to remove the glue from the nails?



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By ma (Guest Post)
January 27, 20050 found this helpful

i use the same nails. only i put them on with superglue and they last 2 weeks...however, how should i take them off? :)

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By MARIAH (Guest Post)
October 12, 20050 found this helpful


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By Becky (Guest Post)
November 15, 20050 found this helpful

SUPER GLUE!! gurl, u wnt them to stay on bad.. never uses superglue on your real nails, it ruins them,, :) but anyway,, i am having my acrylic nails put on professionally on saturday 26th, and i wondered how long they last without infills?? i got told it is about 6-8 weeks, it this true, and do your real nails grow underneath??

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July 22, 20180 found this helpful

Yes your real nails do grow underneath them but they should last about 5-7 weeks

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By Christie (Guest Post)
February 20, 20070 found this helpful

Visit or These are just like Kiss, except they sell glues that will let your nails stay on for L-O-N-G-E-R! And if you really like the French look, go acrylic. I've worn acrylic non-stop for years, and my nails are as fast growing and as strong as they were before I even started! I also love acrylics because by the time I let themm grow out, my natural nails are all grown out beautiful, and i can paint them prettily!


So go ahead and try. If you don't remove the acrylics wrong, then your won't have nail damage.

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By Makenize (Guest Post)
May 15, 20070 found this helpful

all you need to do is soak your hands is warm water for twenty to thirty minutes

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By samantha (Guest Post)
July 7, 20070 found this helpful

i have professional acrilic nails on, and i want them off what do i use??

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By Louise (Guest Post)
July 30, 20070 found this helpful

iv had acrylic nails done, and was going to get them infilled before i go on holiday, but i went bowling and 3 of them are coming off at the sides, if i get infiills will this matter? or will i have to have them re-done completely?

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By jos. (Guest Post)
February 12, 20080 found this helpful

I allowed my hairdresser to convince me that it was okay for her to use Nail Glue for extensions to stay in my hair. Now, after meticulously removing the extensions from my hair, I am left with hard clumps of my own hair where the Nail Glue was used.


How do I get it out? I have tried deep conditioning with both conditioner and hot oil (separately) with no result. Please, please. How do I get it out?

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By yasmine (Guest Post)
February 29, 20080 found this helpful

I went with my mum to get my nails done for the first time in my life and then 1 week and 5 days I decided to take them off. I took off the tips but the acrylics are still on and I dont' know how to get them off. plz help.

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By Sachiko (Guest Post)
November 17, 20080 found this helpful

You can use acetone a nail polish remover containing acetone. Hope this helped.

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May 30, 20100 found this helpful

Soaking in really warm water for 30 and 40 min works good. Just did it. Got a tip from someone one here. Thanks.

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