Polish Name: Seche Restore Thinner (0.5 fl. oz / 14 mL) by Seche Vite
About Seche: Seche has developed patented, revolutionary technology known as the Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat. Seche is known to have the highest quality nail treatments which will prevent your polish job from chipping.
Application Instructions: Add a couple drops of Seche Vite Restore-Thinner to any bottle of polish, then gently shake the bottle. Add until consistency of the polish is thinned and restored.
I can't stress enough that this really should only be used with the Seche Vite top coat... Even though they say it can be used in any bottle, there are much better options with far fewer chemicals for regular nail polishes. But if you're in love with Seche Vite top coat you'll know how sad it can be when your bottle is past the half-empty mark and starts to get stringy and difficult to work with. I had a bottle that had gotten to the point where it was so viscous it was no longer usable. Now that bottle has been restored and I can keep using it! I added drops sparingly and would roll the bottle to mix and let it sit before adding more, it took a surprising amount of drops to get my Seche Vite back to its normal level of viscosity. WORTH IT!
Seche Vite is NOT Enamel. It is a Polymer. The Seche Vite Thinner is used only for Polymers. Why would they make a special thinner for it?!!! Use Butyl Acetate as a polish thinner because polish is enamel Also people must be aware that Seche Vite is to be applied to the final coat of polish BEFORE it is totally dry....it needs to have something to bond with.
I like this product even more than the original Seche Vite. It leaves a brilliant glossy shine with a gel look and dries in no time.
This worked amazingly with all my color polishes - the effects were almost instant. However what REALLY impressed me was how it worked with my Sally Hansen Insta Dri Top Coat, which had become almost entirely solid. After putting about 10 drops in (yes this required a lot more), the thinner just sat on top of the solid mass of top coat, but after a few hours, they had blended together, and I was able to salvage my entire 1/3 bottle of the top coat. With normal colored polishes that have gone a bit dry, you'd need just 3-5 drops, so I see this bottle of thinner lasting a VERY long time. Well worth the money if you think about how many bottles of dried up polishes you're salvaging!