When it comes to protecting my clients from cross contamination from previous tattoos I have a no compromise policy and every Tattoo setup is 100% clean and any furniture used is covered with barrier products for the tattoo and properly wiped down after you go.

Here is a quick breakdown of what you can expect to find when you come for your tattoo

  • Tattoo work station – This is the little table used to hold all the kit needed for your tattoo. Essentially everything on this surface needs to either be disposable, autoclaveable or wrapped in plastic. This is not  place to keep anything not needed for the actual execution of the tattoo. When the Tattoo starts, NO bottles of ink, tub of Vaseline or the box of gloves will be found here.
  • Tattoo machines – Depending on the tattoo I may use 2 old school coil machines and / or a tattoo pen. These will be covered in machine bags and grip tape. The clip cord which connects the machine to the power supply as well as the power supply is covered with a clip cord cover and cling wrap. This enables me to adjust the power to tha machine without touching the power supply
  • Ink caps – These are little disposable caps that hold the ink used for your tattoo. These along with the ink left over from the sitting will get discarded
  • Tattoo Needles or Cartridges
  • Vaseline or Tattoo Gel-O
  • Alcohol pads – To wipe the skin down before the tattoo
  • Tongue depressor sticks
  • Disposable Razor
  • Dental bib – This goes over the surface of the table on the plastic wrap and is just another layer
  • Spray bottle – This holds the solution used for cleaning the tattoo while working
  • Arm rest and massage bed – wrapped in plastic for the tattoo and covered with a linen saver for your protection
  • Sharps bin – This Bio hazard bin is collected and properly disposed of my a third party company

If you have nay questions about Tattoo shop hygiene please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to assist you..