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Guideline for Cleaning and Disinfecting Manicuring and Enhancement Equipment

The Nail | July 10, 2011 | 6:19 PM

These guidelines outline procedures for cleaning (sanitizing) and disinfecting all types of equipment used during manicuring and enhancement services including items such as manicuring bowls, pushers, nippers, clippers, abrasive files and buffers.

In the salon, all tools, implements, devices or other pieces of equipment must be properly cleaned and disinfected before it comes into direct contact with a client, as required by the licensing rules and regulations of your region, state or country.

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