"If you have laws and you have regulations and you have guidelines, then there needs to be someone to enforce them," he said. "We deal with easily infected areas and bodily fluids all day long. A lot of these other shops are just dirtballs."
"If they up it, cool. If they don't up it, that's cool," he said. "People that don't work in a more renowned shop or parlor or studio - I can see them putting it off indefinitely. It's hard to catch people tattooing out of their house, and there's no consequences for the damage they're doing to people."