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    Ive done some searching and came up with nothing. We have tried a couple of different "pet polishes" and didnt care for them because of the drying time, mess inc. After reading on here about the non toxic paint pens by elmer's i figured i had to give them a try so for xmas last week a every two weeks client we have, who came in for a bath i did her nails. Her name is Zsazsa they came out great, i was very pleased with the application inc. but when she comes back in my question is what should i remove it with? Next time we are going to try a purple. Here's her pic
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    I believe those pens just contain regular latex paint. Rubbing alcohol should remove it.

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    • #3
      Nail Polish Remover

      Hello,
      Pet Edge has the following available:
      http://www.petedge.com/product/Top-P...ipes/54127.uts
      Top Performance Nail Polish Remover Wipes

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      • #4
        Zsazsa

        You looooook Maaaaa Vellll ous Darlink. Cool idea, I might give it a try.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ktjohnson View Post
          Hello,
          Pet Edge has the following available:
          http://www.petedge.com/product/Top-P...ipes/54127.uts
          Top Performance Nail Polish Remover Wipes
          Ive seen em but i wondered since it is latex paint probably wouldnt need them ill have to try the rubbing alcohol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DoggyDogGrooming View Post
            Ive seen em but i wondered since it is latex paint probably wouldnt need them ill have to try the rubbing alcohol
            I see - sorry

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            • #7
              My Layla(avatar) has a fresh pawdicure pretty much all the time, I have found nothing to remove just paint over. I tried the remover from davis . Love the polishes!! The best since Bardel doesn't carry their original formulas anymore. Davis remover didn't work for us.
              ***Darlynn***
              ***DON"T HATE ME BECAUSE IM POODLEFUL!!***

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DoggyDogGrooming View Post
                Ive done some searching and came up with nothing. We have tried a couple of different "pet polishes" and didnt care for them because of the drying time, mess inc. After reading on here about the non toxic paint pens by elmer's i figured i had to give them a try so for xmas last week a every two weeks client we have, who came in for a bath i did her nails. Her name is Zsazsa they came out great, i was very pleased with the application inc. but when she comes back in my question is what should i remove it with? Next time we are going to try a purple. Here's her pic
                do you buy these pens at wallyworld? or order them from a catalog

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                • #9
                  One caveate. If you're using something that contains latex, be sure to ask the owner if they, or any member of their family, have a latex allergy. Latex allergies can produce some phenomenal responses, just like sea food, peanuts and bee stings, among others.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ktjohnson View Post
                    I see - sorry
                    No big deal thanks for the suggestion

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by shrek View Post
                      do you buy these pens at wallyworld? or order them from a catalog
                      wallyworld has them i also just found out "michaels" craft store has them also with a big selection off colors

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                      • #12
                        How well does it last?

                        I tried these elmer brand paint pens...which I really liked. It went on easily and looked good. However...it wore off almost instantly! Did I not let them dry enough??? Or do they just not hold up to walking in snow and grass? Have any of you put a clear top coat on to make them last longer?

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                        • #13
                          i will see how mine lasted in a week or so.....i used rubbing alcohol on each nail before i did it

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                          • #14
                            Oh, I'm so gonna have to try it on Emily! thanks ladies for the ideas!
                            ~*~*~Shawn, C.M.G.~*~*~
                            Apparently common sense isn't all that common
                            *~*~emipoo on egroomer*~*~*

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by DoggyDogGrooming View Post
                              i will see how mine lasted in a week or so.....i used rubbing alcohol on each nail before i did it
                              I used them on my Toy Poodle once and the color lasted a long time. Got a little ratting looking after a week or so but stayed put regardless.

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