- Product Care
Caring for your Medical Scrubs, Lab Coats, Surgical Hats, and Accessories
Product Care Information: Scrub Hats
All of our scrub hats are made out of 100% cotton so that can be easily washed in the washing machine with cold water and tumbled dry on low heat. However, for the absolute best care of the scrub hats, we suggest either washing them by hand or washing them in cold and allowing them to air dry.
Our scrubs are made of a poly-cotton blend. All of our Classic scrubs are made in the US while the Grey Label scrubs are imported. They can be easily washed in the washing machine with cold water and tumbled dry on low heat. Since they are a poly-cotton blend, if hung up immediately after drying, they will be wrinkle-free.
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry low, cool iron if necessary.
Q. Will Teflon® fabric protector wash out? How long will it last?
A. Teflon® fabric protector is built right into the fabric, which means it keeps protecting the fabric wash after wash.
Q. How can fabric treated with Teflon® finish remain soft?
A. Teflon® fabric protector is developed specifically for fabrics, so it does not impact breathability or feel.
Q. Can I buy a spray can of Teflon® fabric protector to treat my fabrics?
A. Teflon® fabric protector is applied at the fabric mill or finisher for durable performance and is not available in a consumer-applied spray product.
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry low, cool iron if needed.
Haddington Soft Shell Jackets
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Line or tumble dry low. Do not bleach, iron, or dry clean.
blue sky Luxe Lanyards & Earrings
- Step 1. Prepare 2 small bowls: one with water mixed with 1/2 tablespoon of detergent and antimicrobial soap and the other with lukewarm water.
- Step 2. Soak your lanyard in the bowl filled with soap. Rub beads or jewels one by one with a soft toothbrush.The best way to sterilize is to use an autoclave. Note: Do not use a coarse-brush or a nylon brush.
- Step 3. After soaked, rinse in bowl filled with lukewarm disinfectant water.
- Step 4. Polish with a clean, soft, dry textile.