Blue Sky Scrubs Guide To Keeping Your Favorite Scrubs Stain Free
Posted by Amy on 4th Oct 2021
There’s nothing more irritating than having your favorite scrubs get a tough stain on them that just won’t seem to come out no matter what you do. But it's impossible to completely avoid stains altogether, so you need to have a game plan when you spill something on your scrubs. That’s why here at Blue Sky Scrubs, since we care about our medical professionals, we’ve put together a short guide on how to tackle any stains you may encounter. Let’s get started.
Quickly Washing Off Spills
When you first spill something on your scrubs (this also applies to any other type of clothing), the first thing you need to do is wash away the spill quickly, before it has time to set in and become a stain. This gives you the upper hand when it comes to removing the stain. The sooner you get to wash your scrubs, the better chance you have of thoroughly removing the stain.
For Pesky Stains
If you try washing it away but there’s still a tough stain left behind, especially if its a blood stain, you’ll want to try using hydrogen peroxide. It should be easy to find around any medical facility! Hydrogen peroxide does wonders when it comes to removing blood stains from clothing. Rinse with cool water and you should be good to go. So keep some in your locker, or use it when you get home from work.
Another Helpful Trick
The next piece of advice we would like to give is that you should keep a stain removal stick handy. Stain removal sticks can be easily found at most grocery stores or department stores. These are extremely useful, and small enough to keep one in your pocket or a locker nearby. They work really well for preventing a spill from becoming a stain until you can get home and properly wash your scrubs.
We hope this short guide will come in handy in your daily fight against stains. To see the most breathable, comfortable and movable scrubs available made from only the finest fabrics, come visit the Blue Sky Scrubs website!