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Kat's beauty salon is closed

for repairs.  I just got back home from picking up a 1950's covered wet station, a 1950's reclining hydraulic salon chair, and a sterilization wooden box.  I will be re-arranging my beauty salon, and a couple of things will have to go.

If anyone is interested in my old vintage station and shampoo chair, please let me know and you can have them for free.  I can have both of these ready by tomorrow.  I'm sorry, I cannot send them, you must pick up.

Tomorrow I'll start calling around to get estimates on how much it's going to cost to set up my wet station.  If anyone is a plumber and would like to do this for me, maybe we can work out an arrangement.  :D


Edited to add:
The exact same sterilizer box I have can be found at 
http://cgi.ebay.com/VINTAGE-OAK-BARBERSHOP-STERILIZER-CABINET_W0QQitemZ270179328892QQihZ017QQcategoryZ887QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

So from this ad, this is a 1940's barbershop sterilizing cabinet, made of oak and masonite.  But I wonder how it works to sterilize stuff.  The previous owner told me that his wife used to sterlize her perm rods and curlers with it.

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(Anonymous)
Jul. 21st, 2009 06:53 pm (UTC)
Hi, I just purchased to used styling chairs and now after putting them in shop they need hydraulic fluid and i don't know how to do it and don't want to ruin chairs. I would really appreciate your help.

Frustrated in Colorado
haircuttingfun
Jul. 21st, 2009 08:05 pm (UTC)
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