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Parker Thomas
Parker Thomas

Cetris Tool Kit Pro.21



Introducing Helen. Helen is an 8mm bladed cuticle nipper. Helen is the size of a standard sized nipper. Handcrafted to British Standards, Helen also has our unique titanium coating which ensures optimum hygiene. With the perfect precision and grip for intricate cuticle removal, nail services and maintenance. Our Helen fine cuticle nips are a staple tool for any Professional Nail Technician and the hygiene conscious consumer.




Cetris tool kit pro.21


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With the perfect precision and grip for intricate cuticle removal, nail services and maintenance, our Katey super fine cuticle nips are a staple tool for all beauty professionals and hygiene-conscious consumers.


Doris is the ultimate tool for all Nail Professionals, her perfectly curved blade is perfect for the removal of dead skin from the nail plate, leaving a clear, perfectly prepped, nail plate giving the best retention for products.


Doris is similar to a traditional pusher but should not be used in the same way, should be used with caution. Holding your Doris tool the same way you would hold a pencil; keep your grip light but firm.


Place the edge of the tool flat against the nail plate and gently with almost no pressure, glide the tool over the plate lifting off the dead skin residue. If this causes any pain or discomfort you are applying too much pressure. Not all nails are the same some will create dead skin residue and others won't. By carrying out this step correctly, it will ensure better retention. Doris can be done before every manicure or pedicure.


Ethel is the ultimate tool for all Nail Professionals, she has a straight blade for the removal of dead skin from the nail plate, leaving a clear, perfectly prepped nail plate giving the best retention for products.


Ethel is not a pusher and should not be used in the same way, she is incredibly sharp and must be used with caution. Holding your Ethel tool the same way you would hold a pencil; keep your grip light but firm. Place the edge of the tool flat against the nail plate and gently, with no pressure, glide the tool over the plate lifting off the dead skin residue. If this causes any pain or discomfort you are applying too much pressure.


Introducing Martha our small nail paddle tool. Martha is used to remove and clean crevices around and under the nail. Martha has been handcrafted to British Standards and also has our unique titanium coating which ensures optimum hygiene.


With the perfect precision and grip for nail prep and maintenance our Martha nail paddle is a staple tool for any professional nail technician, manicurist and pedicurist and the hygiene conscious consumer.


Martha is a paddle designed to clean under and around the nail, she has a small spoon like paddle which scoops up dead skin. Holding your Martha tool the same way you would hold a pencil; keep your grip light but firm. Place the edge of the paddle against the nail plate and gently with no pressure, scoop around the nail plate and wall scooping up the dead skin residue.


Not all nails are the same some will not gather any dead skin residue. By carrying out this step correctly will ensure better retention. This can be done before every manicure or pedicure. Always ensure the tool is perfect and without any imperfections. If the paddle is damaged do not use.


Introducing Beatrice our d multi tool, Beatrice is d and has a perfectly contoured edge to sit flush against the nail plate. Beatrice is handcrafted to British Standards and has our unique titanium coating, optimum hygiene.


Beatrice, our d multi tool is the ultimate tool for Beauty Professionals, her perfectly angled edges are perfect for the removal of the product without scratching or damaging the nail plate, leaving a perfectly cleared nail plate. Beatrice is similar to a traditional tool but should not be used in the same way, she is blunt and not suitable for nail prep.


Place the edge of the tool flat against the product and gently with almost no pressure, glide the tool over the product lifting off the dissolved residue. If this causes any pain or discomfort you are applying too much pressure. Not all products are the same, some will be removed with ease and others won't.


With the perfect precision and grip for working with artificial nails, manicure, pedicure and maintenance services, our Betty Nips are a staple tool for any professional manicurist, pedicurist nail artist, and the hygiene conscious consumer. Even though our Betty is a big girl she is so precise she can trim the finest detail. Betty is suitable to cut both finger nails and toe nails.


With the perfect precision and grip for brow waxing and also nail prep and art, Mavis is the staple tool for any beauty professional. Mavis has a perfectly shaped edge to allow for even wax distribution and also the correct angle for nail prep.


With the perfect pinch for creating the perfect C curve our Samantha Tool is a staple tool for any professional nail artist. The enhanced C curve will give strength and durability to clients with a flat nail plate.


Leaf sampling and analysis is a useful management tool for making fertilization decisions. One indicator of successful fertilizer management is a citrus tree with leaf nutritional standards within optimum ranges (Table 4). Trends of leaf N and K results over several years provide the best criteria for adjusting rates within the recommended ranges. Soil analysis is useful to determine soil pH and extractable phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium. Current Florida soil test interpretations for a variety of crops including citrus are presented in Table 5.


Few people enjoy waiting around for the repairperson and shelling out more money in labor cost than the price of the parts themselves. Yet so many people do, because the idea of home repair seems murky and intimidating. Here's a trade secret: If you're reading this, it's entirely within your abilities to handle many small tasks yourself, even if you've never turned a wrench before in your life. All it takes is a can-do attitude, a bit of patience, the humility to know when you consult YouTube and the instructions, and the right tools.


Twelve volts will do for most home jobs, but if you ever end up having to drill 1/2-inch holes into wall studs to mount a heavy shelving unit or a beefy sound system, you're going to want the extra torque of an 18V or 20V drill. This 1/2-inch chuck will accept bits as large as you'll need, and at this price (which includes two batteries and a charger), it's too good a deal to pass up. The batteries work with more than 200 other DeWalt power tools too.


You don't need a metal toolbox at home. Your toolbox is going to live an easy life on a closet shelf, not banging around a construction site. Fabric makes it lighter, and having an open top makes it easy to pop in and grab something for a quick job. Harbor Freight is hit or miss on some products, but this tote is the best I've come across. The quality of the fabric and construction makes this a great deal, and I like it better than the brand-name totes. It has 22 pockets on the inside and outside, perfect for tools you want to keep easily accessible. You can fit the bigger stuff, like a power drill or hammer, in the wide main compartment.


This one's a luxury, not an absolute necessity. But while a multi-tool is a jack of all trades, master of none, it's often supremely handy to have a small tool in your pocket or on a shelf that you can grab for quick jobs. The Wingman is one of my favorite affordable multi-tools. It has 14 tools built into it, and in contrast to a Swiss Army Knife, it has oft-needed needle-nose pliers. Check out my guide to the Best Multi-Tools for more recommendations.


Home tool kits are all about saving space, which is why I recommend an adjustable wrench as a stand-in for an entire wrench set. Eight inches is a good size to give you enough torque for big jobs without being too unwieldy to handle the small stuff. You adjust the width of the jaws by spinning the knurl, all the way up to fit a 1 1/8-inch nut.


Pliers will be some of your most-used tools, and here it pays to fork out the money for a good set that'll last forever. As the saying goes, buy once, cry once. The large tongue-and-groove pliers are what you need for large pipes, such as in plumbing. The cutting pliers will go through anything, and if you have kids who get toys packaged with those little plastic ties, these'll save your sanity. The slip joint and needle-nose pliers are catch-all tools to save the day.


Caulking guns got fancy in the past decade or two. Who saw that coming? The predominant type had ratchet designs that would ooze caulk everywhere when you stopped squeezing, and you had to hurriedly unscrew the rod to make it stop. But this smooth-action gun lets you release the trigger, and caulk won't dribble. In the handle, there's a hole that cuts the tip off a new tube of caulk, as well as a puncture tool that unfolds from the barrel to break the seal. The 10:1 ratio and padded trigger make squeezing out caulk easier on the hand muscles. For general-use caulk, I recommend DAP Kwik Seal for $5.


The old-school way is to use the tip of your finger, but why cheap out and risk making it look sloppy? Caulking is typically highly visible, so make sure it's smooth and even with this caulk tool. It's the best I've ever used. The silicone head can be taken off, rotated, and put back on for three different widths, depending on the width of the caulking bead you're applying. And because it's silicone, sticky caulk comes right off with no trouble. On the other end, there's a very effective metal scraper for removing old caulk.


There are certain jobs that will break or jam up regular scissors. When I was cutting thick rug pads to place under area rugs, these Wiss shears were the only thing that could finish the job. They come in handy when you don't have enough room for wire cutters and can snip off plastic shipping ties and even cut thin wood shingles. They're made by Crescent, a quality tool company that's been around for generations.