The TAFS bits collection grows!
We thought it was about time we improved our bits range as they are arguably some of the most important tools that you will use throughout your day! We brought in our resident nail tech to hand pick a selection of new burs that would be useful for seasoned pros and new techs alike! We've give them all a short overview below, they are all made from High Grade Stainless Steel and are therefore fully auto-clavable (can be sterilised in hot water) check them out!
Available in both fine and medium coarseness. Perfect for Manicures and Pedicures. The smaller shape allows precise work, while maintaining a good edge for product removal. It also be used for detail work.
These micro drill bits allow for the creation of small holes within the free edge of the nail allowing for charms, rings and chains to be added to your designs. Available in two sizes, 1mm and 1.4mm.
Small Flame Diamond bonded bit. This diamond bonded bit is a fine grit. Perfect for Manicures and Pedicures. The shape allows for precise work around the cuticle and edges of the nail. It can also be used for creating or enhancing the natural C-Curve of the nail.
Slim Diamond bonded bits. These diamond bonded bits are a medium grit. Perfect for Manicures and Pedicures. The shape allows for a wide variety of applications, use of the tip and its edge allows for precise work. While the edge of the bit can be used to cover larger areas at once.
Available in two sizes 1.6mm and 2.1mm.
A small 2.1mm ball - perfect for reaching delicate and intricate areas. This diamond bonded bit is a fine grit. Perfect for Manicures and Pedicures.
Alongside these new bits we have also released some new slim sanding bands and accompanying mandrels. They are available in a Fine 240 grit, Medium 150 grit and Coarse 80 grit and measure in at 5.4mm in width. All our sanding bands can be recycled in your standard paper/cardboard bin either at home or commercially.
Whilst we're here it's worth talking about cleaning and maintenance! The best way to keep your bits in best condition is to use an ultrasonic cleaner which works through high-frequency sound waves transmitted through liquid to scrub clean the surface of the immersed bits. If you need your bits sterilised you would then want to use an autoclave and after all of this make sure that your bits are completely dry before use. If you insert wet bits into the handpiece this could cause moisture to form on the inner mechanisms of the handpiece which will eventually cause rust. We also suggest using dust caps when in use to help prevent dust getting into your handpiece through the front end.