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I have used stamping plates from other brands quite a bit and I think I'm pretty good at stamping when I have good supplies to work with. I don't think this plate is as good of quality as say a Konad plate or a Mash plate. It is kind of flimsy, I can bend the plate with my hands and the edges are very rough, they feel like a dull knife edge. The stamping part of the stamper/scrapper worked really good, the scrapper side on the other hand was terrible. I would drop my polish on the plate and try to scrape it and it did nothing as you will see in the photos below. In order to get a clear design I had to end up scrapping with a gift card and I also used the scraper that came with the salon express stamping kit. I also used a cotton ball to wipe the polish off the scrapper and it actually fell apart! I was able to get it back together, but still it broke. I was able to get the image to stamp clearly.
I would not buy any of these plates, I would rather head over to Amazon and get a Konad or Mash plate.
I hate to give bad reviews of products, but I will always be 100% honest about how a product works for me, regardless if I bought it or if it was sent to me for free.
|Scrapper that was supplied did not scrape the plate properly.|
|A gift card worked well|
|as did a scrapper from another kit|
|Image on the stamper|
|Scrapper/Stamper broke when I wiped it with a cotton ball to remove polish|
|finished nail look|
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