Investing in the right bath is essential for any dog grooming salon. But with a range of options available, deciding on the perfect fit can be challenging. Should you go for an electric or stationary model? Is stainless steel better than polypropylene? Let's delve into these questions and explore some high-quality options on the market to guide your decision.
Electric vs. Stationary
The first point of consideration is whether to choose an electric or stationary bath. Electric baths, such as the "Groom Professional Amazon Electric Bath Tub" and the "Groom Professional Ultimate Electric Bath," are an ideal solution for businesses looking to save their groomers' backs and knees from heavy lifting. They feature adjustable heights that can be smoothly modified via an electric motor, accommodating all heights of groomers and pets. This flexibility means large dogs can walk into the bath themselves, removing the need for heavy lifting.
On the other hand, stationary baths like the "Groom Professional Bathing Station" are a practical and budget-friendly solution for salons with a stable client size range. They are designed for heavy-duty use and feature easy-access doors and steps, facilitating easy ingress and egress for larger dogs.
Stainless Steel vs. Polypropylene
Products Worth Considering
1. Groom Professional Amazon Electric Bath Tub
This bath, made from high-quality molded polypropylene, adjusts from 35-70cm in height using a smooth electric motor. Its 'kidney bean' shape allows for closer proximity to the dog, reducing back strain.
2. Groom Professional Bathing Station
Constructed from high-grade stainless steel, this bath is designed for heavy-duty use. It features a sliding door, fold-out steps, and a tray for shampoo bottles, providing functionality and convenience.
3. Groom Professional Ultimate Electric Bath
Similar to the Bathing Station, but with the added advantage of being fully electric. It is made from high-grade stainless steel and can lift up to 115 kg smoothly and efficiently.
In conclusion, your choice of dog grooming bath will depend on your specific needs, client base, and budget. Whether you opt for electric or stationary, stainless steel or polypropylene, always remember to consider durability, ease of use, and the comfort of both the groomer and the pets.