Best foot spa for mobile

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MrsR

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Which one have you found is best for mobile. I am using a basic one at the moment and want to upgrade.
 

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I find the footsie spa with disposable liners great for mobile. Don't need to disinfect between clients just put new liner in.
 

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Whichever brand you go for, make sure it's one with a solid container and no jets. They are next to impossible to disinfect - there's too many little holes and moving parts for bacteria to collect.

Or use the kind mentioned above, with the disposable liners - don't take chances... it doesn't take much for a fungal infection to spread around all your clients! :eek:
 

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I find the footsie spa with disposable liners great for mobile. Don't need to disinfect between clients just put new liner in.
Is it quiet?
 

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I also use the Footsie spa and have the liners with the carry case. It's great and I think quieter than one with jets. I would really recommend it, it have been a huge time saver, and the retractable cable is so helpful!
 

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Ive heard some great reviews about the footsie spa but i seems to be really expensive over here. Will be saving the pennies until i can afford it, i thinks. :)
 

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I really want a footsie!! Lol. They seem fab!!

I'm saving the pennies too British Jem :) My problem is, I want EVERYTHING yesterday xx
 

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Haha lol I'm am exactly the same way!! Its so hard not to be a bit of a shopaholic when it comes to nails :)
 

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mobile techs, im just starting out in nails .. really want to get this but not sure how much i'll actually use it .. can i ask now you're established approx how many spa pedis you do a week? xx
just thinking its £25 for just a regular foot bowl with liners from my local beauty suppliers, might as well add £50 odd and have a cool foot spa instead .. well once ive saved the pennies that is,lol
 

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