Krylon Fusion paints are a combination of two chemicals: acrylic paints and acetal paints. Acrylic paints do not break down into acrylic thinner, leaving behind a smooth finish. The other effect of a K2 is the ability of a water base polish, such as Krylon, to be applied with just a thin coat of paint in places on the nail, like the underside of the tip.
How much do Krylon Fusion nails do?
To start: The average nail is 3″ in diameter.
The average nail is 3″ in diameter. The nail length is about 4.5″.
The nail length is about 4.5″. The base length is about 7″, but the shape of the base is usually just about 2″. (see pictures)
is about 7″, but the shape of the base is usually just about 2″. (see pictures) The average nail thickness (excluding polish) is about 0.7″. (see pictures) Note: the more polish you get on the nail, the thicker the polish, so the nail needs more coats.
Are there different types of latex paint?
Yes. Krazy Glue and Silly Glue contain both acrylic and latex paints, which are used under different names: Krylon Fusion and Krylon Water-Based Liquid Nail Polish. You can see the difference in the two pictures below.
Krylon Fusion – Krazy Glue (the two liquids look similar)
Krylon Water-Based Liquid Nail Polish – Silly Glue (the two liquids look very different)
Can you remove a layer of polish?
You cannot remove the polishes completely. You must remove only the smallest bit of polish. This can be done with Krylon Fusion or Krylon Water-Based Liquid Nail Polish.
Please note: If your nail polish is coated with nail polish remover such as Krylon, Krylon Fusion or Krylon Water-Based Liquid Nail Polish, it will not mix with the liquid paint and remain in the polish. It will remain attached to the nail. You should remove every small amount of polish on the nail.
Please note: If you have an acrylic polish and another liquid paint on your nails, it is impossible to remove them with liquid paint alone. If necessary, you can use Krylon Fusion or Krylon Water-Based Liquid Nail Polish.
Can I use a polish remover with my liquid nails?
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