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Answered: Branded Contact Lens

It is not necessary that if you are wearing brand contact lens then only you look handsome or gorgeous. I am using Halloween contact lens for a month that is dark blue in color and generally wear them on any special event or function like marriage or birthday parties. There are plenty of lens that ...

Answered: Where do I get liquid non abrasive acrylic lens deoxidizer?

You will have to get it online. It's not an over the counter product. Pittman KMOD is the only company that makes a true non abrasive acrylic lens deoxidizer. Pittman Original One Step (ALR) acrylic lens restorer uses no damaging abrasives and is 100% pure liquid. #mce_temp_url#

Answered: Acrylic

If you mean that you are working in a salon and doing nails every day, unless you eat the arcrylic, it's not likely harmful. It's actually more harmful to the ladies who are getting their nails done because often times, if one's not careful, an infection can grow underneath the arcrylic and ruin the ...

Answered: Where you can buy deoxidizer for outside vinyl shutters

Use a no touch spray on tire shine ,that will work perfectly and make your vinyl shutters look brand new no matter how bad of shape they are in.It doesn't remove oxidation but it will cover it up for years to come. No one will ever know but you.The foam spray on tire shine does not work as well, for ...

Answered: Best lens

Considering the fact that you use a D80, I believe that you won't go on a high end lens. in that case I'll suggest two very similar models- Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM Tokina 12-24 f/4 AT-x 124AF IMO, the Tokina is better because of its aperture.
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What is the best lens to use in taking close ups?

well it depends- 1- 50mm is an amazing lens for a 1 meter closeup. most 50mm lenses are sharp and clean for that. 2- 70-200 from a few meters give you a close up to the face as in this 3- 70-300 is also one hell of a lens, and cheaper than the 70-200

Gel or acrylic?

I do not think either should matter with your hands getting wet but i have tried both and I think that gel look much more natural and are less harsh on the nail. I also think gel lift less, which i guess it good when getting them wet - but that was just my experience. A lot depends on the system ...

I have a pair of acrylic and glass lamps that are ...

If these are pieces that you cherish as "antiques" I would consider taking them to a specialist to get cleaned. It could be too late because unfortunately acrylic does often turn yellow with time and exposure to light/sun. Here is a website that I have used in the past on how to clean anything ...