Setting A NEW Standard...

With salon hygiene practices outdated, impractical and often misunderstood we have worked closely with a leading infection, prevention and control expert -  Dr Patricia Fenton, MB BS, NHS Trust Director of Infection Prevention and Control 2002-2013 to provide you with the most up-to date, and recommended hygiene practices.

The most common and traditional method of tool hygiene in the industry is based around 'steeping' instruments in the famous blue style disinfectants. With this style of disinfection often misunderstood and time consuming, we took on the challenge to provide a more up to date solution.

Working with Dr Patrica Fenton we have been able to create a simple ‘back to basic' 3 step process which will ensure the effective cleaning and disinfection of your tooling. 

With the hygiene conscious consumer needing reassurance about effective salon hygiene practices now more than ever, what better way to demonstrate your responsibility by investing in professional tooling and reviewing your current hygiene techniques to suit the expectations of a modern client?

All of our Navy tools have a unique titanium coating which will help protect your clients, and minimise the risk of cross contamination. 

Navy Disinfectant wipes kill 99.99% of pathogens including MRSA, E. coli, Pseudomonas and Enterococcus and is a Virucidal.


 Navy 3 Step Hygiene System
 Step 1 Clean - Using a detergent wipe simply clean each tool ensuring all surface dirt and residue is removed.
Step 2 Disinfect - Using a disinfecting wipe simply wipe over each tool ensuring your cover all surface areas, be cautious of sharp blades or mechanisms.  
Step 3 Dry  - Dry all surfaces with a Navy Cloth or a clean paper towel, then store tools vertically in a clean and dry pouch until the next use
Finally we recommend using our Navy Lube Tube to lubricate the joints of the tools to ensure tool longevity.
If tools are heavily contaminated with dust and debris, we recommend to pre rinse in running water before following the 3 step system.
If blood is drawn during any treatment we recommend sterilisation, you can read more about this in our Best Practice guidelines below. 
Read our 'Best Practice' guidelines - 

Best Practice Guidelines

 Our system is in line with UK, AUS and USA guidelines, although we still recommend that you check your local authority guidelines to ensure you fulfil any statutory requirements.