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Pedicure Chair
#1
I am looking for a new pedicure chair. I am not sure if there is a chair out there that has all the things I would like but if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be really great.

So I would like a chair with a bowl that I can drain there and then like the spa chairs but that will take liners and that I can refill with warm water there and then. I would like a massage chair for the client but that will tilt so that the leg rest will go up so that I don't have be a contortionist when I am working on heels. (Like the Human Touch HT-7450 but with a bowl) I was tempted to get a podiatrist chair (gehwol CONCEPT F3) and then a separate bowl but would like an all in one and something with massage for the client and podiatrist chairs don't give massages.

So basically a spa chair that will tilt with disposable liners. I don't care about jets. Currently I use a belava but that broke after about just one year of use and I am getting sick of the water getting cold and having to carry around with bowls of water and it splashing everywhere when clients swish their feet around in it.

Does such a chair exist?

Thanks for your help from my poor back Smile
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#2
Smile Hello,

Sorry my English. I've been using pedicure chair many years. You may not care about jets but I know some customer do. The thing I don't like most about the pedicure chair is it's so hard clean and many laws to follow. Are you sure you want use pedicure chair? Very expensive.

My dad run a nail salon and use 2 Aldens. Alden is by whale spa and they look nice and have liners. I've seen the zero gravity chair in a magazine, they look nice too but too big and take up space, almost like your Human Touch.

I think you get free stool for your back if you buy whale spa chair. I'm not sure.
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#3
Thank you for your reply. My customers are used to no jets so no problem there and I really don't like the jets as you can't clean them properly in between pedicures. So I really want something with liners that I can just remove and throw out after each client, like my Belava foot spa liners. But I need to be able to raise the client or tilt them when I work on their heels. I am rather tall and it's taking a toll on my back when I am doing a lot of pedicures.
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