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Yes, it's sufficiently durable to allow for use upon the toe nails. I purchased mine from Center Parcs' Aqua Sana, just over four years ago, and it still does as good a job today as it did when it was first removed from its casing. Periodically, rinse it under the tap and allow it to dry naturally (which doesn't take… see more Yes, it's sufficiently durable to allow for use upon the toe nails. I purchased mine from Center Parcs' Aqua Sana, just over four years ago, and it still does as good a job today as it did when it was first removed from its casing. Periodically, rinse it under the tap and allow it to dry naturally (which doesn't take long) before returning the nail file to the case with which it's supplied. see less
By Livesinflipflops on 17 February 2015
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Hello Gillian
My wife reckons it may be OK. It is fine and soft.. Please note we have no children so cannot verify this.

By TVR-Andy on 17 January 2016
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I've only had mine for a few weeks but it's the best file I've ever had! A friend has had one for a few years now & it's as good as the day she had it so hopefully they all are. :-) Definitely recommend these files though.
By Gatekeeperdi on 23 December 2013
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Case is 16cm in length.
By Elaine Griffiths on 15 January 2014
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The nail file is just over 5 inches long
By Pataallan on 27 August 2015
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Hi it dose feel quite strong, but I'm not sure if it is suitable for using on a dog
By Leigh on 07 May 2015
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I'm assuming you are asking about synthetic nails. I'm really sorry, but I don't know anything about them at all. My experience is with unadorned nails. Sorry!
By Lindle on 13 April 2014
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I simply wash it in hot soapy water after each use Nicola. If you use a standard emery board file then there is no sterilising after use.
By Mrs Jennifer Salmon on 21 May 2014
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The whole file is just over 5 inches long (the tip you hold is about 1.5 inches long). Hope that helps
By Marge Wright on 21 July 2016
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sorry Julie, only used for my natural nails and it does do a gentle and excellent job
By Jane on 30 April 2014