Diamond Nail File

Diamond, the hardest known material on the planet, is also used as an abrasive in the nail file industry. A diamond nail file is wonderfully suited to filing hard nails. It shapes the nails, is long lasting and is very hygienic. They are made in various lengths. Remos’ diamond nail files for manicures are available in the following lengths 10 cm, 15 cm and 19 cm:

  • The 10 and 15 cm diamond nail files have a pointed tip which allows you to remove dirt from under the nails.
  • The 19 cm model is suitable for use in nail and beauty studios thanks to the long abrasive surface.
  • Diamond nail files for pedicures are available in lengths of 15 and 20 cm.

Diamond nail file with stainless steel body

This diamond nail file is made from rust-free stainless steel and is electroplated with fine and coarse diamond particles. The coating will wear down with time and come away from the diamond nail file. Users report that they last between 1.5 and 3.5 years. Depending on how hard the nails are, the diamond nail file may last less or more time.

Diamond nail files to be used for manicures are wider and have rounded tips. They have a coarse and very coarse grit, which means they are ideal for filing thicker and stronger nails. In addition, this kind of diamond nail file can also be used to remove calluses on the toes and around the nails.

How do you clean a diamond nail file?

 You can best clean a diamond nail file using 70% alcohol from a pharmacy. Alcohol cleans the surface of the file, while at the same time disinfecting it. A diamond nail file can also be cleaned with soap and water. However, by doing so you run the risk of unattractive water marks developing on the surface of the diamond nail file.

Diamond nail files can be sterilised

Stainless steel diamond nail files can be sterilised and are resistant to disinfectants. That’s why they are widely used for professional manicures and podiatry.