Why does Superbond freeze?
All acid-based primers have a very high freezing point; therefore it does not take extremely cold temperature to make it freeze. By simply allowing Superbond to return to room temperature, it will be ready for application without loosing any of its effectiveness.
For any of our nail technicians using the Superbond Primer during the cold winter months, don’t forget to check that the product hasn’t crystallised before you open the bottle. When the temperature drops this is when it can crystallise. All you need to do is bring the product back up to room temperature for it to liquify. This is completely normal and does not effect the product, however if you force open the lid it will cause the brush to snap off.