Crewing on the Cooper River

 
Stats and Info
Score: 18.08
Views: 264
Member: Art57
Your Rating
Thank You! Your rating has been saved.
Themes
Galleries

About This Image

A crew boat team practicing on the Cooper River, Camden, NJ. The Cooper River is one of the top bodies of water for crew boat racing in the country. There were a lot of boats out the past few weeks with the Dad Vale Regatta being held on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia this weekend.

Comments

May 17, 2012 Go

William - Sep 20, 2015 02:58 AM EDT
May 17, 2012 Go to Sally's beauty suplpy or your local suplpy store and purchase acrylic remover. You can also purchase pure acetone. Be sure to use a glass bowl. Soak 4 fingers at a time. Get an orangewood stick to so you can scrap the acrylic when it gets gummy. It will be messy but it won't take to long. Once you get down to your own nail, take a white buffing block and gently buff off the remaining residue. Apply a clear nail hardener. I've tried the soaking with the cotton balls but its takes longer and I don't like the idea of it being wrapped under foil. The acetone needs to breath because the vapors can be toxic if there isn't enough ventilation.

Add A Comment About This Image

Comment Title:
Your Name:
Your Comment:
Please enter the text from the image in the box below: