How To Remove Your Acrylic Nails Fast

Looking to remove your acrylic nails fast? There are a few methods you can try at home that can help speed up the process. One popular method is soaking your nails in acetone for about 15-20 minutes to help soften the acrylic and make it easier to remove. Another option is using a nail file or buffer to gently file down the acrylic and then soak your nails in acetone.

What if we told you that we have a solution that requires less filing and could cut your soak time in half? Meet our patent pending removal system that will dissolve and remove your acrylic nails faster than ever. With the Swift Soak, removing acrylic is quick, easy, and can be done from the comfort of your own home. Follow this step-by-step guide for your quickest acrylic removal yet!

How to remove acrylic nails using the Swift Soak:

1. Protect your station with a towel or mat to protect surface from acetone. 

2. Start by filing off the top layer of your manicure and trimming down any false nail tips you wish to remove. 

3. Gently pour hot water (<130F, DO NOT USE BOILING WATER) into base bowl to fill line. 

4. Place silicone bowl on top of base bowl and press down sides to snap into place.

5. Pour 100% acetone into bowl until silicone scrubbers are submerged. 

6. Secure lid into place and let that acetone heat up from water for about 5 minutes before scrubbing. 

7. Gently rub the surface of your acrylic nails on the silicone scrubbers to break down your nail enhancements. *CAUTION:  The silicone scrubbers are meant to be gently scrubbed to remove your manicure.  If you dig or scrape your nails into the silicone scrubbers you can damage the scrubbers which will make the Swift Soak less effective! 

8. When finished, carefully separate pieces and safely dispose of any acetone (it is not recommended to pour acetone down drain). 

9. Recommended acetone disposal: Soak up any extra acetone with a paper towel and throw in the trash. 

10. To keep your Swift Soak clean, wash the silicone with dish soap and warm water after each use. Pro Tip: We recommend cleaning your Swift Soak immediately after use. Allowing the acetone or acrylic residue to dry in the bowl will make it more difficult to clean. If this happens, add some acetone and let the remnants soften then clean as above. 

Whichever method you choose to remove your acrylic nails, be sure to moisturize your nails and cuticles afterward to help restore moisture and prevent damage. If you're unsure about the best approach, consider seeking professional help from a nail technician to ensure safe and effective removal. Fast and safe removal of acrylic nails is possible with the right techniques and care.