This variation on the D-NAiL® HALO™ dish is made entirely out of Lab-Grown Sapphire and features the Wik™ surface for unparalleled performance! Requires a D-NAiL® Flat Coil Heater and compatible nail base (D-NAiL® Slim Series, D-NAiL® V1 series, or Highly Educated InfiniTi) to function.
The Sapphire HALO™ is a delicate dish that requires special handling, and is offered with NO WARRANTY. Read all Special Handling Instructions below before ordering to see if this nail is right for you.
SPECIAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS:
DO NOT TORCH!
Do NOT over-tighten retaining nut — finger-tighten only to the point that the nail is secured, but not snug/tight. It should be possible to move/rotate the heater without resistance while everything is cool.
Use ONLY with official D-NAiL® brand flat coil heaters, nail bases, and control stations. We can only guarantee a perfect fit and ideal heating conditions on our own products - other brands may have differences (sizing, heat distribution, etc) that can affect performance or even damage/destroy the dish.
Do NOT apply ANY liquids to the dish while it is above 750°F / 400°C. This includes essential oil to vaporize as well as water or isopropyl alcohol for cleaning! The thermal shock can crack or shatter the Sapphire HALO™, destroying it and potentially creating an unsafe situation.
Operate Sapphire HALO™ only at or below 750°F / 400°C when vaporizing essential oils.
Never apply water or isopropyl alcohol unless dish is at room temperature. Full cleaning instructions below.
To reduce buildup of residue, carefully wipe inside of dish with a dry cotton swab after every use.
When a full cleaning is necessary, first bring the dish to a maximum of 750°F / 400°C. Once nail has reached its cleaning temperature, allow to sit undisturbed for a maximum of two hours, or until all visible residue in the dish has turned to white ash (whichever comes first.) If there are any thick or stubborn bits of residue that do not turn to ash, you may very gently scrape with a titanium dabber to break it up. Use as little force as possible and do not scrape any more than is necessary to break up residue and allow it to be converted to ash.
Once nail has completely cooled to room temperature any remaining ash or residue can be cleaned with cotton swabs soaked in isopropyl alcohol. The dish can also be allowed to soak in isopropyl to dissolve any remaining residue, but be sure to dry completely before heating it again.