I came across this blog today and wanted to share the suggestion and the questions and answers from Precision Nails. I really like the idea. I have never been offered a Waterless Pedicure but I would like to have the experience. I wonder how many nail technicians would think this is a good idea. I hope that you will comment on this subject. I would be interested in the feedback and if clients are open to such and idea.
Why waterless? Eliminating the water eliminates: • the expense of a footspa, including maintenance and parts; • the space required to install it; • the expense of plumbing, including labor and permits; • 12- 15 gallons of water each pedicure; • the expense of water and sewage fees; • the risks associated with water-borne bacteria; • the time to clean a footspa, or any other container; • the labor involved in cleaning; • the expense and disposal of disinfection products; and • the need for a pedicure-equipment cleaning log. After considering all the benefits of waterless pedicures, I can’t imagine doing it any other way, but the choice is yours.