CND Shellac is known for its easy removal, users of it like myself have been completely spoilt. The one thing that this colder weather does however is slightly slow down the process as the acetone or Shellac Nourishing Remover can make the clients hands cold. We were taught in college removing enhancements that acetone needs to be warmed to active the molecules and get everything working efficiently.
I read that a couple of techs use wheat bags and as they are as little as £1.79 in my local Wilkinsons, I decided to pick two up and try it for myself.
I use my ProTipClips (click here for demonstration) and then I simply wrap the heated bag from the microwave around my fingers or toes. I still allow the same specified time but the warmth of the bag really accelerates the entire process and I find that the Shellac lifts off even easier.
I do think that the wheat bags make it a more comfortable experience for the client as well, particularly on their toes which are typically colder anyway with the acetone / Shellac Nourishing a Remover applied.
I highly recommend that you spend the couple of pounds to try it for yourself, I think you'll be impressed!