It goes without saying for most of you, but for those few who don’t know, most customers are scared away by a shop having dirty windows, floors, mirrors and backbar. Having “stuff” laying around is a no-no. Sanitized tools and hand washing before each customer is a must. Professional signs, and leaving a good light on at night is effective, cheap advertising.
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