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Pawdicure Polish Pens
Date Posted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Pawdicure Polish Pens
Manufacturer: Warren London

Product Description: Warren London's Pawdicure Polish Pens are patented water-based nail polish pens for dogs that are designed to be quick drying, canine safe and easy to remove. It takes about one minute after shaking the pen and pressing down the nib to wet the tip with polish, and once applied, it should take less than 40 seconds to dry, depending on the thickness of application, according to the manufacturer. The polish can be removed by using a non-acetone polish remover or the company's nail buffer blocks, the manufacturer adds. Colors include blue, pink, purple, red and white.

Contact: 845-634-1412

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