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cheap small autoclave?


I'm very new to tattooing. I studied fine art and my strength is in drawing.

I have recently decided I would like to learn to tattoo as a lot of my drawings consist of geometric mandalas and an assortment of things that would make interesting tattoos (I am told).

I have a simple rotary (hummingbird)) and have slowly buying tools whenever I can afford them. I have a job which I cannot leave and cannot afford an apprenticeship so I'm going down the path of the self taught artist.

I'm very big one doing things properly so I am learning as much as I can about the health and safety involved in the process.

My question is, I want to autoclave my stuff to be on the safest side possible. Does anyone know of a small affordable autoclave that would be accessible to use at home?

At this stage I am practicing on pig skin and on myself.

Any help will be much appreciated.



RE:cheap small autoclave?

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RE:cheap small autoclave?

there are the pressure cooker autoclaves that can be as cheap as 300$. You'll need the right sized pouches and "test strips" That can be baught in a bag of a thousand. They will read the right temp pressure and time. better than a spore test and faster.
All manner of ,logic and science dosn;t apply to the local laws and the common idiot's opinion.
?No matter what clave you use you must use distilled water or your steel will collect the minerals and get ruined.
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