Think of the air in the salon as being split up into three different “zones”. The first zone, called your “breathing zone” is a beach ball sized sphere of air from which you take every breath. The second “zone” can be called your “room zone”. This zone contains you, your staff and your clients. The third zone is called your “general building zone”. This zone includes your building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system, also known as your HVAC system.
Nail salon industry expert and scientist Doug Schoon lays out in simple terms the most effective way to protect these zones of air in your nail salon. There are also new Nails Manufacturer Council on Safety (NMC) guidelines available to nail professionals on how to properly clean your salon air using control measures for all 3 zones of the salon.
For the NMC ventilation guidelines click here.
For advice from industry expert Doug Schoon check out the video below.