I didn't realize how well Sally Hansen Teflon nail polish works until one day when I spray painted a bunch of boxes for a craft project I was doing (not wearing gloves on my freshly manicured nails, either, bad monkey! :)). I had always known that the Teflon line from Sally Hansen seems to chip less frequently, but this time, I was pretty amazed. After I had finished spray painting, I had small to quite large dots and smudges all over my hands and nails. I went to the sink to start washing it all off, and I was truly amazed at how the paint just peeled off my nails! I was still scrubbing my skin a while later, but my nails were great, and the color was still vibrant. That proved to me that the bond that the Teflon line creates with your nails is a pretty strong one. I don't know why, but if I go to a salon to get a manicure, the nail polish stays chip-free for about 5 days; when I do it myself at home, I only get about two days. I do like the Teflon line because it seems to fill in chips well...the only thing is you have to wait for it to dry.
Colorado Springs, CO