4 ways to prove you have been tested with negative result
Finally! 11. 5. We’ll check at the reception.
We follow the hygiene rules like mad
1. You test yourself, we test ourselves
Poke, stir, drip, test. We, Hell crew, do this round of antigen testing every three days.
2. One on one
The regulations require us to have one staff member dedicated to one customer at a time. Otherwise, we wouldn’t even be able to do it here. We are tattoo and piercing studio, and we’re going through your skin, after all.
3. Hiding behind a paravan
In the piercing room, you are alone with the piercer. In Hell tattoo rooms, the workstations are much further apart than the prescribed two meters. In addition, we have added paravans to separate the workstations.
4. On time, please.
The simplest rule. When everyone is on time, we don’t have customers piling up in the studio unnecessarily. The receptionists remind everyone. Go to the studio on your own, leave the escorts at home for now. The exception is parents who are accompanying their minors.
5. Hello, disinfect yourself!
Everyone who comes into Hell disinfects their hands with hand sanitizer at the door. Don’t worry, we’ve got liters of it in Hell and a dispenser in every room.
6. Bye, bye sofas
We’ve long since replaced the fabric sofas in reception with washable chairs. It’s not so great, but we can sanitize the chairs regularly. We also spread the seating out in pairs and at safe distance so no one will be breathing down your neck.
7. Lunch break for germicide
Every day we disinfect the flooring, doors, handles, switches, chairs, toilets… And besides, we always light up the Hell premises at noon with germicidal lamps to sterilize the air and surfaces.
8. A chair
After every customer, we sanitise the chair. This is nothing new for us, we have always done it. Of course, we continue this disinfecting journey.
9. Respirator here, respirator there
We all wear FFP2 respirators or nano-masks. Customers and Hell crew alike. That’s a no-brainer. If you’re coming to us for a nose piercing, lip piercing or ear piercing, it’s clear that you’ll need to take the respirator off for a while. As soon as you’re pierced, you put on the respirator. We recommend that you take a clean one with you to go home in.