But for sensitized users, hygiene is also part of overall professional work. Multiresistant pathogens, the bird flu, ebola, EHEC and now COVID-19 - all of these frightening events are raising consumer awareness of infections. Therefore hygienic work at the foot care practice also helps to create the highest possible levels of trust among customers - both in the foot care practice and in mobile foot care. Aside from existing rules and regulations, recommendations and guidelines, other aspects also play a significant role in hygienic foot care: the equipment and supplies. High material quality and manufacturing details decisively affect hygiene success. Therefore high quality should be ensured in the practice and mobile equipment. And the structure and details should make hygiene simple and effective. Regarding the various supplies, one should always make sure to select only products listed by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) or the Association for Applied Hygiene (Verbund fÃ¼r Angewandte Hygiene = VAH). They will stand up to an official hygiene verification, which is a good idea to be on the safe side in your practice.