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Salon Pro80-Degree Hot Towel Cabinet with UV Steriliser with Drip Tray

R3,499

Retail: R6,500
About

Elevate your salon or spa experience with our 80-Degree Hot Towel Cabinet. This is a sophisticated addition to professional salons or spas, designed to enhance the hot towel treatment experience. This sleek cabinet combines modern aesthetics with practicality, delivering a luxurious and hygienic service for your clientele. 

The advanced UV sterilization technology offers an extra layer of hygiene by effectively eliminating bacteria and germs from each towel. With its consistent heating element, towels are kept at an optimal temperature for soothing treatments, creating a spa-like ambiance for your clients. 

Product Features
  • Hot towel heating
  • UV sterilisation promotes hygiene
  • Enhance your clients' comfort
  • Can be used for heating towels, compresses and oils
  • Great for salons, hotels and spas
  • Durable construction and convenient design
  • Easy to use
  • Heats up to 80 degrees Celcius
  • Comes with a drip tray
  • CE certified
Product Specifications 
  • Material: Steel frame
  • Dimensions: 31 x 50 x 32cm
  • Capacity (number of towels): 24
  • Power source: 3-Prong plug
  • Wattage: 260W
  • Voltage: 220-260V
  • Maximum temperature: 80 degrees celsius
  • Warranty: 6 Months
What's in the Box?
  • 1x Sterilising Hot Towel Cabinet
  • 1x Drip Tray
  • 1x User Manual
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