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Tattoo Shop Sterilization Equipment

May 1st, 2014

Maintain and service your equipment regularly to protect your shop

There’s a reason you chose to invest in sterilization equipment for your tattoo shop. In fact, there are a number of reasons. You wanted to make it easier to keep all of your equipment sterile, you want to protect yourself from potential problems, and you want to protect your clients from any potential risks involved with getting a tattoo. Don’t let your good intentions go to waste by skipping essential servicing and maintenance of your sterilization equipment.

Why Servicing is Important

Depending on the kind of sterilization equipment you’ve purchased, you may need to service it once a year. This is because your sterilization equipment can malfunction without your knowing. If a problem develops that simply stops the process from completing each sterilization cycle, you’ll never know that your gear isn’t sterile. There’s no reason to risk this kind of problem, as a standard servicing of your sterilization equipment will be enough to confirm that things are working properly.

In addition, as long as you’ve had your sterilization equipment checked, if a problem should occur, you can point out that you’ve done your due diligence. Sterilizing your equipment is essential, and making sure that your equipment is working properly is a great way to ensure you’re keeping things clean and safe.

Not Worth the Risk

Many people are going to trust you with their health and well-being. When clients come in for a tattoo, they’re expecting a bit of pain in the short term, but they also trust that you’re doing everything you can to help them avoid blood-borne illnesses. The best way to do that is to sterilize your equipment with the best sterilization options on the market. And then just make sure they’re working properly by having them checked at least once a year.