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Whats in your tray?

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by phil s, Sep 12, 2013.

  1. phil s

    phil s Active Member


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    Assembling an equipment list for my new practice and I would love to know what other pods have in their trays for normal footcare? Also, what is your desert island piece of equipment you love but other pods don't seem to use?
     
  2. skigirl

    skigirl Member

    Nippers, blacks file, 2 x scalpel handles, bur for drill, moores disc mandral, scissors, spatula tool, nail clearing tool, metal nail file. Everything else in drawer.

    The piece I have that may or may not be different is an emery foam low grit nail file which is designed for toenails (designed for pedicures I believe). So much better than the metal file. Have the metal file always on standby incase a thinner file is needed on some nails as the emery one is quite thick.
     
  3. Kara47

    Kara47 Active Member

    Clippers, black's file, metal nail file, scalpel handle. Mandrel & burrs separate packs. Favourite is Beaver blade- essential for ingrown without blood!
     
  4. retropod

    retropod Member

    Love my ASH dental excavator 1.55/1.56. For clearing sulci of everything and anything. Beats the pod version every time.
     
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