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Looking for a good portable pedi tub any suggestions?
#1
I have a small, confine space and currently use a foot bath with heat settings and bubbles. Well, I would like a portable, tub that can be wheeled around maybe inner changeable liner, heat,.... jets?? Could you suggest a brand. It's nothing like Belvea. Thanks!
NativeBeauty
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#2
I am a mobile tech and I LOVE my Footsie Bath. It has heat and massage settings, disposable liners, a retractable cord, and is light enough to take anywhere. I purchased my through Sally's Beauty on-line. I have posted the link below for the company so you can read all about it.

http://www.footsiebath.com/index.php
I am a mobile tech and I LOVE my Footsie Bath. It has heat and massage settings, disposable liners, a retractable cord, and is light enough to take anywhere. I purchased my through Sally's Beauty on-line. I have posted the link below for the company so you can read all about it.

http://www.footsiebath.com/index.php
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#3
I have used the Belava. It was not good for me. Maybe I am getting old but I didn't like having to bend down to grab the tub to lift it and carry it to a sink to empty the water. I think the footsie has a removable basket that isn't as heavy to lift. That one may even be on wheels which would be great.
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#4
I used my Footsie Bath for the first time yesterday. It was great and the client loved it. I have a shoulder injury and the changable liner with basket was great. Even better, the entire bath only weighs about 2 pounds so transport and clean up was easy.
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#5
Thanks, looking for something with a foot rest.
NativeBeauty
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#6
Love my Footsie. The state inspector walked in and when she realized that is what I use she was very pleased and knew I was concerned about sanitation.. Not all the bubbles and massage but the cleanliness and cleanup are superb.
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#7
I just ordered two for my new salon. It's got liners and one removable impeller that disassembles and can be thoroughly sanitized or sterilized.

http://www.salonequipment.com/products_d...8&category=
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#8
Love my Footsie bath. Liners are not cheap ,but that would be my only complaint....
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#9



i would love to see everyones set up. I mean do you use a recliner? Do you use a massage bed?
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