…gloop, gloop, gloop.
After a while (not even that long in all honesty), the quick-drying saviour that is Seche Vite starts to lose it’s magic. The formula thickens, goes stringy, straggly and gloopy. Quite literally, it becomes unusable and you end up turning the air blue after it ruins the manicure you’ve just spent the last 40 minutes applying.
There is a solution, although it comes at the cost of having to buy another product.
Enter Seche Restore…
Seche Restore is a thinner designed to breathe life back into not only your bottle of Seche Vite, but other polishes that thicken over time.
Taking the dropper, pull some of the thinner into the chamber and simply drip about 6 drops into your bottle of Seche Vite. How many drops of thinner you need to add will depend entirely on how gloopy your Seche Vite has gotten. I needed to add quite a few… (more like 14/15 overall).
The thinner liquid will kinda sit on top of the Seche Vite, so you need to take the bottle and gently roll it between your fingers, encouraging the thinner to mix with evenly through the top coat.
And you’re done! Check consistency until it’s as you remembered it. If it still seems gloopy… add a bit more!
Now… the *other* trouble with Seche Vite…
Why is the brush so darn stumpy and what am I supposed to do when the level goes below it huh? huh?
I bought my bottle of Seche Restore on eBay and paid around £8 for it inc. postage. I’d rather not have to… but the bottle will last me a hell of a long time and I’m sure I’ll put it to other good polish-restoring uses aswell… now where did I put those gloopy Ciates?