My company Piercers.com and I are pleased to sponsor a Statim autoclave for sterilization at this year’s event again! I will be there to educate and to learn, as well as to sell infection control equipment and anodizers. The Statim 2000 G4 is on the way, and the new Optim 33TB Blue version for surface disinfection as well. — at Unperfekthaus for the BMXnet … Read more
What Titanium materials are best for body jewelry? My articles at https://jewelry.piercing.org/ and https://brnskll.com/shares/titanium-standards-why-not-g23/ explain that the two most effective Titanium standards are alloyed ASTM F136 and pure ASTM F67, the most common being the former as it is stronger, harder and easier to polish. Both are used for permanent surgical implants.
OPTIM 33 TB is a One-Step Cleaner Disinfectant with no hazardous ingredients.
For the modern body artist, OPTIM offers a number of advantages for cleaning and thorough and safe disinfection in one minute for:
- Temperature sensitive Body jewelry materials for healed piercings
Such as wood, horn, stone, bone, certain polymers
Break the chain of infection for MRSA, VRE, HCV, HBV, HIV, Mycobacteria and other pathogens for non-critical items that can not withstand the heat of an autoclave.
- Tattoo machine frames, coils, springs, clip cords
- Mayo trays and other work surfaces
- Exam tables, massage tables, tattoo chairs
- Display cases
- Furniture in your waiting area including fabric covered items.
- Suspension rigs and equipment
Have you noticed some sort of raised bump at the exit point of your piercing?
This could be due to a number of sources of irritation or infection that can result in overgrowth of scar tissue when the healing process is disrupted. There may be a single, simple solution though it commonly may take a combination of protective measures to help this turn out well.
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