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"The Wee Bit"

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"The Wee Bit" in Fine grade comes in four colours:

Silver - coated in Nickel (2-3 months)

Gold - coated in Tin, making it last twice as long (4-6 months)

Purple - Specialty coatings, protecting them against oxidization and making the bit last twice as long. (4-6 months)

Black - Carbon like coating making them last 4 times as long LEFT HANDED AND RIGHT HANDED TECHS (Lasts 8 months)

'The Wee Bit" bit:
  • Carbide Bit
  • Medium Grade
  • Small Cone
  • Safety piece
  • Silver, Gold & Purple are - RIGHT HANDED
  • Perfect for: Refining the product around the cuticle area making it flush. This is a hard to reach area with a nail file and using The Wee Bit means you can maneuver around this area carefree. It's also great for removing small areas of lifting, removing stones, removing the natural nail's free edge from under an enhancement and over-spilled product from under the free edge and side walls.

The bits have been researched and tested so that Willow offers the best pieces to make your job more effective, cost efficient and easier on your body as well as your pocket. 

The bit must be cleaned periodically to remain sharp by following the manufacturer's instructions. Drill bits usually last 2-3 months but this can vary dependent on how busy you are. 


  • Use warm soapy water, our Spit-Spot-Bit-Pot and our Willow Brass Brush to remove the dust and product debris from within the grits, flutes and teeth. 
  • Do not allow the bit to air dry!
  • Once the bit is fully clean and dry you can use your preferred sterilising method. 
  • We recommend our "Willow Spray & Go" system as the less time your bits spend immersed in solution, the better!
  • Lay your E-file bits on a towel and evenly spray the Spray & Go over all of the bits.
  • Roll the bits over and spray evenly again.
  • If soaking in barbicide please only steep for the recommended time, over-steeping can dull your drill bits.
  • Wait 2 mins and then dry all of your bits thoroughly by hand (do not leave to  air dry)
  • Store in your bit case or bit book.

How do I know I need a new drill bit? 

If the bit you are using originally took 1-2 swipes along the nail to penetrate the product and now is taking 2,3+ swipes to penetrate the product, it's now time for a new bit. You may also be taking longer or you may be starting to feel more body wear and tear, because you are having to work harder to penetrate the product. 

"The Wee Bit"