Couch Rolls

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couch-rolls
Use these handy couch rolls in your studio to help keep the environment sanitary and presentable at all times. By having a disposable barrier on your tattoo furniture, you can quickly discard any areas that have become soiled or dirty with ink or bodily fluids. This also makes it much easier to remove the risk of cross-contamination between clients during the day. You will simply be able to wipe down the tattoo furniture so it is sterile before replacing the couch roll so it is ready for the next client. Couch Roll also doubles up as a cleaning supply and is very absorbent, making it ideal for cleaning up spillages of ink or other chemicals.
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Produktname Preis Menge
20"" Couch Rolls 2ply-Blue
30,49 €
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20"" Couch Rolls 2ply-White
30,49 €
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These couch rolls are a larger size roll of our high quality wiper rolls. They are a bigger dimension to allow them to be used during the tattooing process to cover your couch or similar tattooing furniture. This helps to cut down on the amount of contamination from ink or chemical splashes on the surface, as well as minimising the potential for bacterial cross contamination. By using disposable covers for your tattoo furniture, you are reducing the amount of cleaning and sterilisation needed in between individual clients. Disposable products also mean that any traces of blood or ink can quickly be discarded and the risk of contamination removed from the environment. It means that you will only need to carry out a deep and thorough clean of your furniture twice a day, rather than in between individual sessions. These couch rolls can also be easily layered to create a thicker barrier or padded area for the clients comfort. By using disposable covers, you are also creating an additional barrier between the surface of the furniture and the client. This means that the couch or chair is protected from the daily wear and tear from heavy usage. It reduces the amount of scrapes and scratches that can be caused by client?s shoes or jewellery when they are positioned on the furniture.