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Old 03-23-2011, 05:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Has anyone tried these yet? We have just tried them and I am not sure how, but they worked really well in removing sunless spray at the end of its life and bronzers from lotions. My staff really liked it.

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Very interesting. I just checked out the website. How long did they have to scrub at the skin??
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Old 03-24-2011, 04:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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They just wet the cloth and wiped and it worked very well. They are still very new so they are working great. I guess if you wet it less it works better. Its a very soft cloth they call it Polymide, they say no chemicals....could this be a miracle????
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Anyone selling these or the mitts in their shop? Any ideas on how to generate a buzz?I haven't ordered any, but am seeing if anyone wants to take pre-orders.
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I sell them in my salon. Their based out of the uk & I was one of the first salons here in the us to offer them. They work great, chemical free so it's gentle on your skin, can be thrown in the laundry then air dried, u can use them right before a spray tan to exfoliate or to fix up spray tan errors. Saturate the cloth it takes off less, dampen the cloth and it takes off more.
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Re: TanGo Cloth

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I sell them in my salon. Their based out of the uk & I was one of the first salons here in the us to offer them. They work great, chemical free so it's gentle on your skin, can be thrown in the laundry then air dried, u can use them right before a spray tan to exfoliate or to fix up spray tan errors. Saturate the cloth it takes off less, dampen the cloth and it takes off more.

I just looked at the site for the cloths, and they are pretty expensive! How do you explain to your clients that they really are worth the investment?
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I have a special for a FREE sunless tan with every tanGo cloth pre-order and still no one is interested, I am sure it is because of the price. If I had a sample of the cloth to show, that might help.
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They do seem to be a bit pricey, we have been using now for over 4 months and it still works. So it does seem to last for a very long time.
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I'm ordering mine, my plan is to probably do it as an upgrade, wipe down with it before hand for extra $5 or something, that way they can see and want one of their own.
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Re: TanGo Cloth

Another great product that works really well is "Tan Vanish Tan Remover" The Sunless Store sells it.
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