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Fire Damages Nail Polish Manufacturer Warehouse in Santa Ana, Calif.

by NLS Staff | August 28, 2013

A four-alarm chemical fire broke out at La Rosa USA Inc., a nail polish, nail polish remover and acrylic nails manufacturer, in Santa Ana, Calif., according to CBS Los Angeles. The fire broke out around 1 a.m. on Aug. 28 and firefighters contained it six hours later.

More than thirty 55-gallon drums of acetone, alcohol, and glycerin used for the beauty products inside the building caught fire.

The cause of the fire is unknown, but firefighters believe a large stack of pallets caught fire. It is currently under investigation by the Orange County Fire Authority, which has not yet returned a phone call from NAILS.

Read the full article from CBS Los Angeles here.

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KUPA Introduces MANIPro Passport Plus

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KUPA Introduces MANIPro Passport Plus

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Foot Forward Summit Registration Opens

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Foot Forward Summit Registration Opens

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Registration is now open for NAILS’ second-annual Foot Forward Summit! Held in Atlanta, August 11-13, the event will feature nail techs, foot care experts, and medical professionals who will share their knowledge and create a roadmap for your growth and success.

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