Getting Tattooed


BEFORE YOU COME IN, A FEW QUESTIONS:

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, please me immediately to re-schedule.  We are relying on your answers to help keep everyone safe.  If you need to reschedule, we will do our best to get you a new appointment as soon as you are feeling better, and of course your deposit will be honored.


WHEN YOU COME IN

In an effort to do our part to help control the spread of the coronavirus, we are currently working by appointment only.  We also ask that you not bring any guests with you.  

Upon entering the shop, we ask that you wear a mask.  This is for the protection of yourself, as well as those around you.  We will provide a mask for you if you need it.  Your mask needs to remain on for the entirety of your time inside the shop, this includes in the waiting areas and bathroom.  If you need to remove your mask we ask that you step outside of the building.  

Before you can be tattooed, we need you to fill out a waiver. We have a lot of space in the shop to maintain safe distances.  Please be aware of those around you—remain 6 feet away from each other, cover any coughs and sneezes, and clean hands regularly.

Please bring whatever snacks, and beverages you will need for your appointment.  We cannot provide these for you.


WHAT ELSE ARE WE DOING TO KEEP YOU SAFE?

In addition to our already high standards of cleanliness, we will be regularly disinfecting all surfaces and high contact areas of the shop.  Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the shop; we encourage you to use it whenever you like, especially upon entering and exiting the shop, and before/after using the restroom.  (Proper hand washing is preferable to hand sanitizer, when possible.)

We are limiting the number of people in the shop at any time.  We have our full-time artists along with occasional guests.  At most there will be one client per artist There will never be more than 12 people in the shop, usually fewer.  If you require special considerations, please contact me. 

Everyone in the shop will be wearing a mask and practicing social distancing guidelines.

Even in our spacious shop, it is our understanding that potentially hazardous droplets (from talking, breathing, laughing, etc.) can accumulate in the air over extended periods of time.  With that in mind, we have upgraded the air filter in our HVAC system and will be increasing the flow of air through the shop.

We are trying to go above and beyond all the state-recommended procedures.  If you have anyquestions or concerns, please let us know so that we can do our best to meet your needs.


Stay Safe!


Jay