• All combs, brushes, and clips should be sanitized after each use.
• Retail shelving and products must be dusted daily. Dust on retail means it isn’t selling. That will surely result in poor retailing in your salon. Keep this area spotless.
• Clutter is a big mistake in the salon. Having your work station or stations covered with notes and pictures and social obligations is not the image you want in your salon. Your work space should be clean of clutter. There should be a place for everything and everything in its place.
• Sanitizers should be placed in multiple locations for your staff and clients.
Your salon says exactly who you are and what type of establishment you are operating. It’s better to manage your salon with a bit of OCD, than one who is lax with keeping the salon tidy. People notice things, some more than others but for the ones that do they will feel good that when they know they come to your salon. The last thing you want is your customers feeling they have to go home, take a shower, throw their clothes in the wash after a visit in your salon.