Gelish Go File IQ
Bit By Bit
Are you spending too much time adjusting the
RPM's during your nail services? Use this guide to
make sure you're making the most of your e-file
and your time.

Setting the RPM on your e-file each time you go through an entire nail service takes a considerable amount of effort.

Have you even considered how much time you could have left over if switching that setting was easier and faster?

While you're thinking about what you could do with that time, take a look at the new Gelish Go File IQ. This hybrid e-file uses patent-pending smart technology to instantly adjust your RPM with a single press of a button. The Go File IQ comes with three RPM zone presets that you can use, or you can program it to your own speeds for a custom experience. Plus, the e-file has all the other must-have features you want: it's lightweight, quiet, compact, portable, files while charging, acetone resistant and meets all safety standards.

Now, take a look at these four popular bits used for a nail service, and see how easily you can switch the zones on the Go File IQ with just the push of a button:

Bit - Gelish Cuticle Cleaner Ball

Bit: Gelish Cuticle Cleaner Ball

Best For: Removing dead skin around the cuticle as part of nail prep.

Suggested RPM: 7,000 - 10,000

Gelish Go FIle IQ Setting: Zone 1

Bit - Gelish Coarse 3-in-1 Safety Edge Angled and Tapered

Bit: Gelish Coarse 3-in-1 Safety Edge Angled and Tapered Bit

Best For: Precise removal of the outgrowth of gel over the nail enhancement while protecting the natural nail.

Suggested RPM: 10,000 - 14,000

Gelish Go File IQ Setting: Zone 2

Bit - Gelish Coarse Large Barrel

Bit: Gelish Coarse Large Barrel Bit

Best For: Quickly and easily shortening and shaping any nail enhancement before a fill, or soak-off.

Suggested RPM: 20,000 - 25,000

Gelish Go File IQ Setting: Zone 3

Bit - Gelish Loxo Mandrel

Bit: Gelish Loxo Mandrel

Best For: Use throughout the entire service thanks to the variety of sanding band grits available, and ideal for smoothing and finishing the surface of an enhancement.

Suggested RPM: 7,000 - 10,000

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