Durable Fabric for Medical Scrubs
Posted by Amy on 19th Nov 2016
We don’t have to tell you about all of the different things you do and people you take care of during your job. What we may have to explain is that your medical clothing (scrubs, hat, etc.) goes through these tasks with you.
Putting Fabric to the Test
Let’s think about this:
What do you need your fabric to be able to do during your workday (or anytime you’ll be wearing it)?
Bend, lift, stretch, run, walk, etc.
There’s such a variety of tasks! For example; you wouldn’t want to go swimming in your jeans, right? No! Because they’re not made for the water like swim suits are. (Yes, this is an extreme example, but you get the point…)
A Lifetime of Satisfaction
Now, comfort and flexibility are one thing - durability and longevity are a whole different animal.
There are many different aspects that affect the durability of fabric.
Stitching can make all the difference - after all, the thread holds the fabric together. The stronger the stitching, the more durable the scrubs.
Along the same guidelines with stitching, the strength of fibers and how they’re woven together affects both how your clothing will move and how long it will last.
However, on another note, the way medical scrubs are used could affect them differently. For example, are you wearing them multiple times in a row? Are they enduring spills or other messes?
And finally - are you caring for your scrubs properly?
Blue Sky Scrubs uses the finest fabric - it’s both durable and flexible - ideal for medical professionals. If you’re looking for new scrubs to add to your wardrobe, feel free to visit our website and browse our collections. We promise you won’t be disappointed.