Treatment Table Sanitation

Eight steps for sanitizing your massage therapy and spa treatment tables during COVID-19

 

Spa and massage establishments have had to modify their businesses during COVID-19. Updated sanitation practices incorporate how to keep staff and clients safe from contaminated objects and surfaces within the establishment. We know that COVID-19 is mainly spread through respiratory droplets. A spa or massage table has two individuals, the client and practitioner, directly breathing over the table for extended periods. As such, these tables should be thoroughly sanitized between users.

In this article, we will review how to properly sanitize a massage therapy or spa treatment table and table accessories within a dry room:

Allow proper contact time for the disinfectant to work before redressing the table or table accessories

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Selena Belisle
SBelisle@lne.com

Author Selena Belisle is the Founder of CeInstitute.com in Miami FL. She has been practicing spa and massage therapies for over 30 years. Selena is an approved CE Provider by multiple boards including the Florida Board of Cosmetology & NCBTMB. She now teaches full-time for the Cosmetology and Complementary/Alternative Health Care Industries.



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