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by 76-1034082553 »Mon 14 Oct 2002 5:53

Good Morning,
I have a question:

My sister-in-law told me yesterday that her tattoo artist gave her the needle that he used on her so that she can bring it back with her when re-piercing.

Is that so common? I've never heard of it before.

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by Rusty »Mon 14 Oct 2002 6:18 am

is it a joke right?
Don´t piss on my neck and tell me its raining !!!
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by 76-1034082553 »Mon 14 Oct 2002 6:25 am

Hi,
ne ne is not a joke. She told me yesterday.
Namely, asked me if I had also noticed the needle.
It seems strange to me, so I had to put the question in here this morning.

Don't want to char yourselves

Lupina
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by Phoenix »Mon 14 Oct 2002 6:46 am

<SCHOCK>

What about the germs of putrid old blood, dried paint, and all that?

I wouldn’t take a needle that’s not fresh out of the car sleep (cooled down for all know-it-alls - someone like it hot).

The thing is the hardness and could almost belong in the cucumber of the month category, if it were a motive.
<- shake your head

Is the needle still pointed or straight ??? Will he then work the whole skin of the poor with a stump meat hook ???
Your extremely dismayed ...

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by 76-1034082553 »Mon 14 Oct 2002 6:52

Then I tell her today that she should definitely stop.
Could the old needle be sterilized in the autoclave?

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by Rusty »Mon 14 Oct 2002 7:02 am

yes, of course, the germs would also be killed, but why,
he should take a new one: angry:: angry:: angry:
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by 76-1034082553 »Mon 14 Oct 2002 7:36 am

oki, I'll tell her that. I just wasn't 100% sure yesterday. But then that's what I thought it was - a mess.

Hmm, I went to that too for info. Didn't speak to me. Didn't feel so tingly to me that when I looked at the treatment room, he still had the old needle in the device and well, overall, wasn't that impressed with the studio.

Thanks for the replies.

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by Lilith »Mon 14 Oct 2002 7:54 am

Well, maybe your sister-in-law should start pondering whether she'll even go there again.

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by Rusty »Mon 14 Oct 2002 8:14 am

In any case, it should.
We've talked about that before.
Because of hygiene chemistry, etc.
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by Feelings tattoo »Mon 14 Oct 2002 11:08 am

sheer horror!
alone that he already knows that he has to re-stitch the part says a lot. and give someone the needles eat completely wrong. yes, the needles can be sterilized and reused. but I think e.g. also so that I only use it once and then dispose of it in a special container. The needles are not that expensive either!
so I can only say: FINGER OFF THE GUY !!!!

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