Classic pre-prep liquid that degreases the nail plate. Nail prep STANDARD closes the nail plate's scales providing isolation from the primer, thereby preventing from excessive dehydration of the natural nail. In case of a very oily plate several applications will allow to minimize the risk of air pockets  emerge (gel lacquer, gel or acrylic). 

The safety of Mistero Milano products is supervised by a certified team of experts in the Safety of Cosmetics and Household Chemistry. The information contained in the product card is accurate and true. Nevertheless, the manufacturer is not responsible for the storage, transport and use of the product if it is other then intended. Mistero Milano products are intended for professional use by certified nail stylists. The manufacturer reserves the right to change the product specification. Shades of products may vary depending on production party.

How to use

The STANDARD acid primer is a colorless liquid with a strongly distinctive, irritating odor. It consists of concentrated methacrylic acid, which is designed to etch and dehydrate the nail plate. Its fumes can be irritating to the eyes and skin, so it should be used very cautiously and as intended.




This product is dedicated to special tasks and is recommended for individuals with problematic nail plates where the styling does not hold for the guaranteed period. It helps in situations of highly moist nail plates (excessive sweating) and hormonal problems, or when the acid-free primer did not yield satisfactory results. It should not be used too frequently due to its high acid concentration, which can lead to extreme nail plate dehydration and damage from over-etching.

It etches, deacidifies, and mattifies the nail plate strongly and safely, preparing it for the application of the base. It works on the principle of mechanical adhesion, etching the nail plate, creating micro-indentations, and lifting the keratinocytes, allowing, for example, a hybrid base to "adhere to every indentation."




The product should be applied sparingly in a minimal amount only on the natural nail plate, buffed with a polishing block and degreased with a nail cleaner (only on regrowth during a refill), and should not be used on the skin. Before proceeding to the next stages of styling, wait for the acid primer to evaporate from the nail plate. After evaporation, the nail looks completely dry (the plate appears thoroughly degreased).


Methacrylic Acid, Isobutyl Methacrylate, P-hydroxyanisole, Hydroquinone