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Reopening Your Hair Salon after Coronavirus

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If you run a hair salon (or a barber shop) you know only too well what effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on your business. The risks of coronavirus infection are real for people whose occupation requires that they get up close and personal with many customers, but the economic hit of staying closed is often a scarier prospect.

One of the major problems is that we don’t know when this contagion will end, or when the various state-mandated lock-downs will end. Some medical experts say it might never disappear; that it might be with us forever, in much the same way that seasonal flus and allergies refuse to go away. Whether that’s true or not we’ll just have to wait and see!

In the meantime, however, many states and counties around the country are beginning to relax their COVID-19 restrictions and are allowing businesses to reopens, albeit slowly. In fact, many state and local authorities are now issuing safety guidelines for businesses that plan to reopen.

So, will the virus come roaring back as a result? Again, hard to say. But you can do your part in reducing its effects.

How to Disinfect Your Hair Salon Before Reopening

Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself, your staff, and your customers. Please read this comprehensive guide of how to clean and disinfect your hair salon before you reopen, and then on a regular basis.

Coronavirus Safety Tips for Hair Salons

There was a time when the only people wearing masks as they went about their daily business were the inhabitants of smog-ridden cities like Beijing, Mumbai, or Tokyo. To us it