Duri have a polish drying spray called Drop 'n Go. You spray it on your nails after applying top coat to help speed up the dry time. This left an oily residue on my nails which I didn't really mind because I just rubbed it in like cuticle oil when my nail polish dried. I always use quick dry top coats so I don't ever need to use a drying spray.
Duri Miracote is a fast drying top coat. I've been using it for a while now and does dry really fast. The fast dry top coats that I've used previously were thick and when you got down to the last half of the bottle they had to be thinned out. Duri Miracote has a thin formula so I'm hoping it won't need thinning when I get towards the end of the bottle.
My nails are quite long and I noticed that while Miracote was drying that the tips of my nails went frosty. The frosting disappeared once the topcoat had dried. I tried using Miracote over a few different brands of polish but the frosting appear on all of them. I have tried using other brands of top coat and the frosting didn't appear so I'm not sure why it happens with Miracote.
The products in this post were provided for review. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.