‘Porcelain shampoo bowls,’ ‘Massage Tables’
The government is spending over $30,000 for “beauty salon” equipment for a women’s federal prison, an order that includes “porcelain shampoo bowls,” eight nail stations, and four massage tables.
Minnesota’s Federal Correction Institution Waseca, which houses 1,030 inmates, put in an order on Thursday for multiple salon items.
The list includes eight “Jeffco Rocket Styling Chairs,” “four Belvedere Adara Floor Vanities,” and four “Classic Spa Portable Massage Tables.”
Additionally, the government bought four “Pibbs Footbaths,” two “Commercial Model Super Nine Wig Dryers,” three “Belvedere dryer chairs,” and four “Belvedere cast iron porcelain shampoo bowls.” The porcelain bowls includes “vacuum breakers and fixtures.”
The salon will also have a reception area with four chairs, and eight “Dina Meri Mani-go Nail Stations.”
The total cost of the contract comes to $30,410.23.