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ALL NEW LOOK! After we invented the world's first nail art mat - we set our minds on improving it with each iteration and making it into something even better. Introducing the all new Uber Mat: it's officially time to upgrade your work space.
We took a long hard look at our last beloved mat and decided to go in a completely different direction. We saw how you liked to use them and how our printed on "guides" could limit not only the amount of decals you made but where you placed them on the mat. We scraped the intricate and over populated design in favor of a more sleek, sophisticated look.
We saw so many people that like to leave them out on their workspaces so they could be used in general that we thought: let's make this next one more decorative and even more versatile!
If you still absolutely HAVE to have guides - don't forget you can put a piece of paper under the mat and see any size or shape of guide you want (print or draw the guide on the paper then place it underneath).
THE ORIGINAL NAIL ART MAT
Are you tired of ruining every surface you use with acetone and polish? Do you have to wait F.O.R.E.V.E.R. to make reverse stamps or stamping decals using your one or two stamper heads? Well, not anymore. Take your nail art to the next level by experiencing the Uber Mat for yourself. Our nail art mats are the perfect companion for almost every kind of nail art you can imagine.
What does it do?
1. Easily test out color combos on your mat
2. Protect your table from stains and spills
3. Simple Cleanup: Acetone and Nail Polish Remover proof
4. Create easy peasy stamping decals with polish or glitter mixed with Top Coat
5. Reverse stamp like a boss
6. Super flexible for easy cleanup and storage
7. Dry Marble and Dry Water Marble like a pro (without the mess!)
8. It's food-grade so you could literally eat off of it
9. Smoosh your polish and make a fun look
10. We just put this in here because we know we haven't covered everything you can do with this...
It's 16 inches wide by 12 inches tall so big enough for whatever nail craft you'd like to try.
WHAT POLISHES WORK?
For reverse stamping - we tested 3 different top coats and all worked flawlessly - even the fast drying ones. We tested H K Girl from Glisten and Glow, Sally Hansen Mega Shine and Out the Door by INM - all worked so try what you have to see if it works too!
If you have polish that stains your stampers (like really, highly, extremely, very, very...very pigmented polish - also some jelly/leadlighting polishes may stain for unknown reasons) - they may stain the mat. We found 99.5% of polishes work fine so if you're worried just test a small part on the side to see if it does.
LONG TERM LOVE:
Do not let stamper heads (mostly the sticky ones) sit on it for an extended period of time (more than a few hours) as it may cause un-doable bubbling of the mat. We found this happens when you let the flat part of the head sit on the mat overnight. We're thinking this is due to the oils that are found on some stamper heads.