OneTouch Professional Quality Towel Warmers for the Spa or Home Come With a Built-In UV Sterilizer.
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As they say, it’s the little things in life. While initially, towel warmers could be considered a small, and unnecessary investment for your practice, we beg to differ. Towel warmers make a world of difference to your massage clients. They also streamline the massage session, making things easier for both you, and your client. Take your massage practice to the next level and invest in a towel warmer today.
If you work in a spa or salon, you know how useful a UV hot towel warmer can be. Besides spa and salon professionals, massage therapists, nail care professionals, estheticians, and anyone in a beauty or service-oriented profession can step up their client satisfaction with the luxury of hot towels.
The first step in using a hot towel cabinet is to moisten the towels before placing them in the cabinet. The towels should be damp but not dripping wet.
Next, roll the towels tightly and line them up in rows inside the towel warmer. The number of towels that the cabinet holds will depend on the size of the cabinet and the size of the towels. Facial towels or bar towels are the ideal size for most spas and salons.
Shut the door of the hot towel cabinet. Make sure the drip tray is underneath the door so that it catches any condensation that escapes from the cabinet.
Plug in the UV hot towel warmer and turn on the power. The UV indicator light should come on, which tells you that the sterilization cycle has begun. The UV sterilizer will cycle on and off while the cabinet is being used.
Once the cabinet reaches the set temperature, the towel warmer will maintain this temperature throughout the day. Remember to turn off the UV hot towel warmer at the end of the day and remove any damp towels from the unit. Leave the door open to allow condensation to evaporate.