We all need to make a concerted effort to help shift the public’s negative views of nail salons. Your station, pedicure chair, and implements must be cleaned before each client. And the thing is, it’s not that difficult to follow standard procedures. Here, we’ve included a checklist of the basics you should be following.
> Pedicure Cleaning Log (in English and Vietnamese)> State-by-State Guide to Disinfection Regulations> Guidelines for Cleaning and Disinfecting Manicure and Enhancement Equipment
> Safety First [a guide to keep your salon safe]> Salon Safety Guidelines (in English, Vietnamese, Spanish, and Korean)> Pedicure Equipment Cleaning and Disinfecting Procedures for Nail Technicians (in English, Vietnamese, Spanish, Korean, Polish, and Russian)> Client Handouts (What to Look Out for in Nail Salons, How to Choose a Quality Nail Salon, Caring for Your Nail Enhancements at Home, Facts About Salon Nail Polish Products)> BONUS: Our Pledge to You: A Safe and Clean Salon (a customizable client handout for you to offer your clients for assured safety in your salon)
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The ability to sanitize, or render a surface or object “safe” by general public health standards.
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