Daily Daisy: Hair Care, Trends & Tips

Repair Professional Tools

Posted on 26 September 2011 in Daily Daisy by Daisy

I own 5 Italian Solano hair dryers, when maximum of three are in need of repair, I send them to a manufacture recommended shop, leaving two at hand for usage. These are my personal favorite dryers for the shape, position of buttons as well as weight distribution. These dryers are about $100 each and I originally started with just three. In the past, other stylist I worked with would toss them out when they were not working properly; making funny noises, cord is torn, cracked exterior, smoke emission, missing hair screen, etc. Although I would share with them where they can get it repaired, they didn’t want to go through the trouble of boxing them up and posting them with insurance to a repair shop in Glendale; returning in about two weeks. The repair for each dryer averaged $35. I didn’t think this was a lot of trouble so I inheirited two Solanos this way. If you have good quality hair tools-dryer, irons or clippers, check out this option. Call the manufacturer and see who they recommend for your repair. Easy and well worth it and keeps it from the landfills. Get in touch with me if you would like a location for your professional hair tools.

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