By Josephine Reid
When it comes to performance, durability and lasting quality of uniform scrubs, the appropriate fabrics are a major player.
Microfiber is an amazing choice when designing a scrub set, as it has unique wicking capabilities, which 'wicks' moisture away from the skin. It also made of stronger materials than cotton.
Dress A Med flawlessly promotes this same benefit with its Soil Release technology. Dress A Med's Soil Release removes soil from the fabric and transfers it to the detergent; it protects the fiber from attack by soiling matter. It also prevents the redeposition of soil which has been dissolved or dispersed, and lastly it prevents dust from being attracted and held by electrical charges on the fabric surface.
This and many other supreme fabric choices and add ons is why Dress A Med is long lasting over the so called top scrubs on the market.
Rayon is also a good uniform scrubs fabric choice because of its cellulosic base contributing many properties similar to those of cotton or other natural cellulosic fibers. Rayon is moisture absorbent (more so than cotton), breathable, comfortable to wear, and easily dyed in vivid colors, which Dress A Med provides plenty of!
Polyester is also a tried and true uniform scrubs fabric choice with its strong fibers that do not wear down as quickly as other fabrics, while being flexible and resistant to wrinkles and shrinking.
The classic cotton is a uniform scrubs fabric favorite because of its its ability to control moisture, insulate, provide comfort and it is also hypoallergenic, weatherproof and its durability. Cotton is meticulously used in select Dress A Med uniform scrubs for these very benefits.
These are some of the best fabrics for uniform scrubs, all offering different benefits and ways to keep all uniform scrubs wearers dry, comfortable and ready to work. Dress A Med prides itself in offering the best curation of fabrics for each and every scrubs collection.