Cleaning Process of Tools and Implements
Cleaning and properly disinfecting nail implements should be a salons number one concern. Microorganisms are everywhere and can be very dangerous when it comes to manicure utensils. Even if it’s not visible to the naked eye, there are “wounds” or “micro-traumas” that happen to the skin around the nail. These areas lend themselves to harmful bacteria and pathogens to enter the body.
I adhere to all state cleaning, disinfecting and sterilization regulations. This step in the manicure process is so important to me that I use an ultrasonic cleaning system. Ultrasonic cleaners are considered one of the most efficient and effective methods for deep cleaning and sterilizing manicure tools because they remove all the physical contamination along with bacteria and other microorganisms.
The system I use has 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic energy waves that create millions of microscopic cleansing bubbles to gently lift dirt and grime away. The implements are also fully submerged in hospital-grade disinfectant that’s been tested to kill 141 different organisms. It is EPA-registered and complies with OSHA’s Blood Borne Pathogen Standard as well as Centers for Disease Control guidelines.
If you have any additional question, please don’t ever hesitate to ask me. I want everyone to feel comfortable getting their nails done and confident they are in safe hands. pun intended. 😉