Why Wear Anti-Microbial Scrubs/Moisture-Wicking scrubs

With the vast variety of apparel options offered by uniform retailers, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with an abundance of choices.

  • What set of scrubs are best for me?
  • Will I be comfortable all day?
  • How are my clothing choices potentially affecting my patients?

Uniform Advantage is here to simplify your selection with anti-microbial and moisture wicking scrubs.

What are Anti-microbial scrubs? Antimicrobial scrubs are made by infusing antibacterial substances into the fabric of the clothing. This may involve chemicals or natural elements in the fabric that are known to reduce contamination. Antimicrobial* fabric technology inhibits the growth of microbes that cause odor and fabric damage to keep you feeling fresh throughout your workday.

In addition to the anti-microbial scrubs, moisture-wicking scrubs are another ideal scrub option for medical professionals. These high-tech polyester scrubs keep you dry throughout the day by drawing moisture from your body. Traditional cotton clothing hangs on to your sweat, making your scrubs heavy and uncomfortable. Avoid this unpleasant feeling with moisture-wicking material. Like the anti-microbial scrubs, this material prevents odors, increases durability, and is made with premium quality fabric aimed towards superior comfort and performance.

 

*EPA disclaimer: Garments featuring antimicrobial* fabric technology do not protect users or others against bacteria, viruses, or other disease organisms. Always follow all best practices for infection prevention.

Treat yourself with a premium uniform for a more comfortable workday. Shop our selection of moisture-wicking and anti-microbial scrubs at Uniform Advantage.

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