If you're reading this now, you probably have some idea of what you need. You know you need a chair that hooks up to plumbing, and you don't want a glass bowl.
If that's not what you need, we have a quick quiz that will help you choose a solution that's right for you. Just click here to take the Pedicure Selection Quiz.
We'll guide you the rest of the way, and provide all the information you'll need.
If you're getting a pedicure chair that hooks up to plumbing, you'll need a plumber to supply water lines and a drain to each chair.
A relaxing back massage is often built-in to pedicure chairs. This is one advantage of a chair, as pedicure benches don't have massage features.
However, some massages are much better than others.
Some chairs that advertise massage are vibration-only. Others are a rolling massage, while the best are fully adjustable shiatsu systems. A shiatsu massage includes rolling, kneading, tapping, and knocking to simulate a hands-on massage.
We will only recommend pedicure chairs with full shiatsu massage features.
There’s something about a classic pedicure chair with a fiberglass basin.
The simple form says your work speaks for itself. You don’t need flashy furniture to impress your clients.
In a traditional pedicure spa, the base and basin are crafted from a single piece, fiberglass molded over a wood frame and metal mesh.
That seamless mold gives the pedicure chair a sleek, unified form.
There are so many pedicure chairs to choose from. How could you possibly find the right one for your salon?
We're here to make it easy for you.
Some pedicure chairs are best sellers for a good reason. This fiberglass basin is our top seller this year. It's the J&A Pacific AX.
We recommend this one chair above all others.
Click below to find out why.
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