CLEAN. SANITIZE. STERILIZE.
Polished Nail Salon practices the highest standards in salon hygiene and sanitation in our industry. We use new disposable one-time use manicure and pedicure kits with every service we provide, such as files, buffers, pumice bars and etc.
Polished focuses on your health and safety by enforcing rigorous sterilization and sanitation practices after each client’s service and again at the end of the day. All implements are scrubbed with antibacterial soap and rinsed with hot water. The cleaned implements are then soaked in EPA registered disinfectant germicide solution (wet sanitizer). Finally, we rinse and dry the tools, then place in the UV sterilization system (dry sanitizer). We only use sanitized and sterilized tools from the UV sterilizer for each customer. During the client’s service, the implements are soaked in a wet sanitizer cup to further prevent bacteria build up.
Finally, we rinse and dry the implements, then sterilize implements in state of the art medical grade dry heat sterilizer. The implements are then stored in a sterilized and sealed pouch. We open a new sterilized pouch for each client.
Your health and safety is our #1 priority. Prior to soaking our client’s feet in the pedi tub bath, we disinfect the water with EPA approved sani-tablet to kill the bacteria and fungus commonly found in spa water and eliminate cross contaminations. You will feel safe in our pedicure chairs, which incorporate pipeless whirlpool technology designed to utilize new clean water for each use. There are no pipes that can collect stagnant water and bacteria, thereby significantly reducing the risk of infections and diseases that can be caused by contaminated pedicure chairs. All pedicure chair basins are covered with Silver Nano Techonology to kill 99% of germs and eliminate bacterial build up. As part of our rigorous sterilization and sanitation practices, we thoroughly disinfect the pedicure bowls after each client by using EPA hospital grade disinfectant, bactericide, and fungicide and virucide.