Proper Care and Maintenance of Styling Chairs

Proper Care and Maintenance of Styling Chairs

The styling chair is the centerpiece of your salon. Styling chairs get the most daily use on regular business days and require you to take good care of them. With proper care and maintenance of styling chairs, they will stay strong for years to come in your business. Customers will always look forward to sitting down in your well-maintained chairs for their hair styling.

Keep It Clean

Though you may take extra precautions to ensure a chair remains clean during a styling session, accidents do happen. After each client, clean and sanitize the chair—which you should always do, but this is especially necessary during the pandemic. Cleaning your chair after each client will allow you to check for stains and spills you didn’t notice earlier or leftover hair. What you clean your chair with will depend on what material it’s made of, so be careful to not use harsh, damaging cleaning techniques on more fragile material like leather.

Check the Hydraulics

Your styling chair relies on a hydraulic pump to keep customers properly elevated. If this part isn’t correctly cared for, the whole styling chair becomes no more than just a chair. Make sure that the parts stay lubricated by pumping it all the way up and letting it come down at least once a day. You may not regularly use every height that the chair offers, but you still don’t want it sticking shut.

Another way to take it easy on your hydraulic pumps is to lower the chair after every client. Only raise the chair once the client is in it; don’t make clients step on the footrest to get into the chair, as it causes unnecessary pressure on the hydraulic pump.

Salon Equipment Center’s salon and barber chairs all use Japanese-engineered hydraulic pumps, which offer higher quality than cheaper alternatives offered on other sites. Our pumps are guaranteed to last and are trusted to support up to 700 pounds.

Regularly Look for Damage

The sooner you spot damage to your styling chair, the quicker it can get fixed. Leaving damage on your chair, however small, will only cause it to worsen as it goes unfixed. See if the damage is covered in your chair’s warranty before either trying to fix it yourself or hiring someone to. If you don’t have to pay for damaged chair repair, it saves you precious money. Even if you otherwise take proper care and maintenance of styling chairs, unforeseen damage can ruin the effort you’ve put into extending a chair’s lifespan. Not to mention, damage can cause discomfort when sitting in the chair.

Our collection of salon styling chairs boasts a stellar five-year warranty—which is longer and covers more than any other warranty in the industry. Trust Salon Equipment Center to furnish your salon with the best all-purpose styling chair to style your shop’s interior and keep customers comfortable.

How To Properly Disinfect Pedicure Chairs

How To Properly Disinfect Pedicure Chairs

Feet can harbor many contagious conditions, from diseases to fungi, and they may not always show visible signs of infection. Making sure that you properly disinfect your pedicure equipment is critical to running a successful salon. Knowing how to properly disinfect pedicure chairs will keep you and your clients safe from any contagious foot conditions and will assist with your general after-appointment chores.

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Tips for Choosing the Right Furniture for Your Salon

Tips for Choosing the Right Furniture for Your Salon

When it’s time to begin furnishing your salon, whether you’re starting out or remaking the identity of the salon, it might be difficult to figure out everything you need. With the best tips for choosing the right furniture for your salon, interior decoration and equipment placement can be a breeze. The sooner you can pick out all the furniture you need, the sooner you can get to business.

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How To Properly Clean and Sanitize Your Salon Equipment

How To Properly Clean and Sanitize Your Salon Equipment

To meet client demands, your salon must be spot-free and regularly deep cleaned during the turbulent times of COVID-19. The cleanest salons and barbershops will attract the most business. If you’re just starting, you should look at how to properly clean and sanitize your salon equipment before you call in the customers—for your safety and theirs.

Salon and Barber Chairs

Before you sanitize your salon chair, you must clean it. Cleaning something is different from sanitizing because cleaning takes care of the dirt and grime while sanitizing scrubs deeper down. If you try to sanitize your chair—or any of your furniture—before cleaning it, sanitizing will be less effective.

Remember to use cleaning products that won’t damage your leather. Many kinds of cleaners can dry and crack leather upholstery. Even just regular soap and warm water can be fine for cleaning your leather. Don’t use harsh chemicals when cleaning or disinfecting leather. Warm water and soap act just like how they do when you protect yourself by washing your hands. Be careful when scrubbing—don’t scrub too hard and remove the coloring of the leather. There are also specialized leather cleaning products you can purchase or even salon-specific cleaning products for your chairs.

Shampooing Stations

After every client, make sure to clean and disinfect your shampooing station. Depending on the material of your sink, abrasive chemicals could be a bad decision. Sinks with enamel finishes can be damaged by harsh chemicals. Never use a rough, bristled brush to scrub the sink, as it can leave behind scratches and damage. Use a cloth instead to gently sanitize while keeping your sink’s finish intact. Some tile cleaners and general surface cleaners are fine for the job—just make sure to look through the ingredients for any harsh chemicals.

Combs, Brushes, and Clippers

There is specialized cleaning liquid known as Barbicide which you can place your tools in after use and is essential to properly clean and sanitize your salon equipment. First, clean off the tools with soap and warm water; then, leave your tools in the cleaning liquid for ten minutes. After the ten minutes have passed, take them out and rinse them off. Store them somewhere clean and airtight. Electric tools need to be disinfected manually after each use.

Don’t Forget the Reception Area

Your reception area or waiting room is the place where the largest number of people stick around, even if you require online check-in or schedule ahead of time. Regularly clean and sanitize the salon reception furniture, like chairs and tables. Wipe the reception desk down after every client. Make sure to only keep clean magazines around; if any get dirty, throw them away. Even though traffic may be lower due to COVID-19, the cleanliness of your waiting area reflects the nature of your business.

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