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BarberPub Black Nail Polish Manicure Table Nail Art Desk Spa Salon Nail Table 0422

Item# SPM12800412817 | Model# 6153-0422BK | Added on March 29, 2019 |
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BarberPub Black Nail Polish Manicure Table Nail Art Desk Spa Salon Nail Table 0422
$209.90
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Fashion, modernity, elegance. This nail table is designed for both professional manicurists and learners. Special and sleek design based on ergonomic principles. Additional wrist rest and comfortable finish of the table top will provide your customer an excellent touch sense during the process of manicure. This table has drawers for professional manicurists to store various kinds of polishing products. There is a large room at bottom for heavy stuffs and appliances.

Item Features:

  • ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Modern and sleek design give you and your clients more comfort. Additional elegant wrist rest helps your client maintain a natural and relaxed gesture during the manicure. Cleaning easily is also the purpose of design. Acetone-resistant materials make acetone spots easy to be removed if you wipe the table surface with a wet cloth, alcohol, or polish remover.
  • STABLE STRUCTURE: The UPGRADED iron legs bring more stability and artistry. Comparing to traditional supporting legs, this nail table has reasonable arc legs and anti-slip foot pads which decreases the wobbling and offers a stable place for manicuring the nail.
  • SPACIOUS STORAGE CAPACITY: 2 drawers and a large cabinet offer Spacious Container. Removable drawers let you have the freedom to adjust the room space.
  • FLEXIBLE & STABLE WHEELS: you can easily adjust the position of this nail table via 4 rolling wheels. The 2 front wheels can be locked still to prevent wobbling or noises.
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