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Barbicide Disinfecting Jar
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Barbicide Disinfecting Jar

By Barbicide

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Sally Item # SBS-585016

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A Barbicide Disinfecting Jar that holds implements for disinfection.

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  • Easy to access implements simply by lifting lid
  • Rubber base provides sturdiness and safety
  • Professional looking

The iconic symbol of safety and cleanliness in the barbershop has always been the faceted glass jar with the silver lid. Still made with the same quality as it was 75 years ago. Barbicide jars meet your needs for disinfecting all sizes of implements.

 

Barbicide Disinfecting Jars feature a rubber base that provides sturdiness and safety. Great for hairstyling tools, including shears, combs and brushes, manicure implements, tweezers and lancet extractors.

 

Dimensions: Base 4 1/4″ diameter, Height 11 1/2″ tall, capacity to hold 37 fluid ounces. of disinfectant.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Quality for Price Good quality in terms of heavy-duty glass and heavy-duty rubber-padded bottom for a no-slip grip. Mine came slightly damaged - the lid was a little wonky and didn't fit in perfectly. Easily fixed by exchanging at my local Sally's store. Fits my rattail combs and clips. December 31, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Best price I found I looked at several places for where to purchase one of these. And Sally's had the best price. Also got 25 percent off and they had a free shipping deal going on so that was even better. I have not had the jar very long but it seems durable and exactly the same as all the others I have used. So far I am very pleased with it. December 13, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not that great I use the ceramic combs and they don't fit very well in the jar they get stuck and I need to manuver their way out. May 18, 2008
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