Tool - Care Guide

What Can I Use To Sterilize Nail Tools?
It is recommended that clean, porous abrasives and buffers, which should be treated with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol, be disinfected with 60% isopropyl or ethyl alcohol. It is critical to disinfect the surface within 5 minutes of contact. All tools, tools that have been cleaned, disinfected, and dried should be stored in a secure and sanitary manner.

Sanitizing Your Nail Tools For A Safe Manicure & Pedicure
It is critical to maintain proper hygiene during manicures and pedicures. It is critical to use the proper products and procedures to ensure proper sanitation of your nail equipment. To disinfect the tools, use chlorine-based disinfectant such as bleach. After that, wash them in hot running water, then rinse them in warm water with detergent. Finally, before refilling, thoroughly wipe them with a lint-free cloth. It is also a great sanitizing agent for tools that use rubbing alcohol. Wipe or dip the tools into a solution containing 70%-100% alcohol, such as ethanol or isopropyl alcohol, to clean them. In this manner, the tools will be less likely to become infected with bacteria and germs, ensuring that your manicure and pedicure are both free of disease. By following these steps, you can ensure the proper upkeep of your nail equipment while also providing yourself with peace of mind that your manicure and pedicure are hygienic and safe.

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