By Zaf Udin 03/07/2011 Google+
Life in the hospital doesn't just overwhelm the healthcare workers themselves, but also the medical uniforms. Dirt, blood, medications, and other chemicals that usually get caught in the medical uniforms make the latter vulnerable to faster wearing, because taking off the stains would need the use of harsh detergents. But not with the soil release fabric technology used with Cherokee scrubs.
Soil release is a fabric innovation which enables easy release of soil or dirt during washing, but not preventing them from staining the fabric. Even if soil release still exposes the fabric to stain by not having the capacity to prevent them from penetrating the fiber, it saves the clothes from unnecessary soaking time in the harsh cleaning agent by easily transferring soil to the detergent. And when it's rinsed, the stain is washed off along with the applied detergent. Hence, soil release makes Cherokee scrubs durable and always looking new. You, too, can uncover such easy-clean innovation with Cherokee Workwear, Cherokee Flexibles, and Cherokee Disney collections.
Besides easily transferring soil to the detergent, the soil release in Cherokee scrubs also protects the fiber from the harms that the soiling matter can cause, prevents dissolved soil to redeposit in the fabric, and keep dust from being attracted and held by the electrical charges on the medical uniforms fabric surface. Further, soil release enables Cherokee Workwear and other medical uniforms that use it to become more absorbent, more comfortable, and have improved anti-static properties.
Blood, liquid medications, and other chemicals in the hospitals and clinics all work against your medical uniforms. But if you choose the ones with soil release, those stubborn stains couldn't do much harm to the uniforms and to your wallet.