The Best Care Tips For Blue Sky Accessories
Posted by Amy on 27th Apr 2020
Here on the Blue Sky Co. blog, we’ve recently discussed the best ways to care for your essential scrubs products like scrub tops and pants, baselayers and outerwear like jackets and vests. But those aren’t the only items we offer at Blue Sky, so today we’re going to take a look at the best methods when it comes to caring for the scrubwear accessories that we know you all love. And if you’ve never purchased or seen our accessories before, this is a great chance to become familiar with what we offer.
Let’s start off with something extremely practical and necessary in some situations; your scrub hats. You may need to wear a scrub hat at certain times on the job, or maybe you just prefer the way it looks. We also offer disposable scrub hats, but if you don’t want to be constantly throwing away and putting on new scrub hats, then our washable ones are the way to go. Since all of our scrubs are made with 100% cotton, they can easily go through a washing machine. Just make sure to use cold water and tumble dry on low heat. But for the absolute best outcome, we suggest washing scrub hats by hand in cold water and letting them air dry.
Do your feet get cold at work? Even with all the moving around, some hospitals are just too chilly and there's no avoiding it. Our compression socks are perfect for keeping your feet warm. For the best care, machine or hand wash cold. Don’t use a machine dryer, as the elasticity of the compression socks will be compromised. Hang them up or lay them flat to allow them to dry.
Blue Sky Scarves
Our stylish scarves are another great way to beat the cold, and they come in all kinds of gorgeous colors and patterns! For the best care, machine wash on a cold, gentle cycle or hand wash with cold water and mild soap. Tumble dry your scarves on low heat for the best outcome.
We hope this guide has been helpful in keeping your accessories in good shape. To view all these items and more for yourself, just visit the Blue Sky Co. website.