Things to Know When Buying a Pedi Throne

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Important things to know when buying a pedicure spa.
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Karen Raasch, marketing and sales director at Continuum, offers food for thought before you go out and purchase a new pedicure spa.

Karen Raasch, marketing and sales director at Continuum

254 Karen Raasch, marketing and sales director at Continuum

A new salon should try to have a build out so they can use a gravity drain. The need to buy a separate pump will be eliminated and working with gravity is easier and less expensive.

Look for features that will make the customer comfortable and the nail technician’s job easier and more

enjoyable, such as adjustable leg supports, an easy-to-clean basin, and quality upholstery. Auto-fill is a great feature to consider: it fills the spa up to the proper level and the jets turn on automatically. Head supports that adjust also ensure client comfort.

There are so many different types of massage systems nowadays. Ask your clients and staff what kinds of massage are important to them.