Friday, August 5, 2011

The Sanitary Way To Use Buffing Blocks

One of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to having a manicure or pedicure is a heavily-used buffing block. I have had technicians use a block that that is crumbling or falling apart. Even if it is in decent condition, buffing blocks are susceptible to bacteria and fungi, just like all the other nail implements that are used.
A great option for sanitary and aesthetic purposes are the Star Nail Mini Buffing Blocks. Each package contains 24 buffing squares for only $2.66, thus making them extremely cost effective. Simply use one square per client and throw away when finished! The grit on the blocks is 100/200, so it also meets you course and fine buffing needs. Your clients will appreciate your sanitary approach and you will be protecting your business.

What other changes can you make to make your salon or spa more sanitary?

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