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I am not sure they sterilize their instruments properly. Yesterday the girl cut the cutical on the side of my big toe and it hurt, and bled. I didn't see her sterilze her instruments before she worked on me, she just took her box out of another station. I asked if she sterilized her instruments before me and she didn't understand, so I pointed to the barbisol jar. She shook her head yes, then pointed to the sink. I haven't seen anyone put in our take out instruments from the barbisol cannister. She didn't clean her instruments after I bled and used the same ones on me throughout, including my hands. I did see her dump her instruments in the sink and scrub them with soap, and a brush that had barbisol on it, but my daughter, who is a cosmotologist, said the instruments need to be directly put into the barbisol, not scrubbed with soap, or a brush with barbisol. I won't be going back. They seem very nice but you can't fool around with sterilizing instruments and I don't think they understand how to do this properly. I am not taking any more chances.
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