How To Remove Stains from Your Medical Scrubs

How To Remove Stains from Your Medical Scrubs

So, we hear you’ve stained your favorite pair of medical scrubs. It’s okay, we’ve all done it from time to time! It’s simply impossible to prevent accidents from happening; so we’re bound to pull out that stain stick or DIY method at some point in time! Today we’re going to talk about scrub stains, and how to safely and effectively remove them! Read on to find out how to remove the most common stains when it comes to medical scrubwear.

Blood Stains

Hydrogen peroxide works best when dealing with blood stains on your scrubs. After you’ve rinsed off any excess blood, wet the area, and clean with hydrogen peroxide. You’ll be surprised at how easily it’s removed from your scrubs! Keep some in your locker for a quick solution.

Sweat Stains

When your scrubs start yellowing underneath the arms, don’t sweat it! Instead, make a paste out of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and salt. After soaking your scrubs in vinegar water for about twenty minutes, apply the paste, and let it sit for another twenty minutes. Afterward, toss your scrubs into the washing machine, and you should be good to go!

Ink Stains

For ink stains, try pressing a cotton ball that’s been soaked in rubbing alcohol into the stain. Rinse it clean with fresh water. If that doesn’t work and you’re still battling the stain, try the same process using rubbing alcohol!

If you’re looking for scrubs that last a long time, are comfortable and breathable, and are still stylish after all that- you’re looking at the right place, Blue Sky Co.. We even carry lab coats that are made of fabric that repel and release stains! Visit our website to view our entire collection of modern, revolutionary scrubwear!