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Caring For Cherokee Unisex Pants

When you make a purchase of Cherokee unisex pants, you are making a wise investment into your workplace apparel. You expect the best; you expect perfection. Only when you have a medical scrub or medical uniform that lasts a good, long while will you find your purchase is a cost effective solution to your immediate needs. There are methods that anyone can take that saves time and money.

Everyone understands that wearing Cherokee unisex pants is easy after the initial purchase. Sure. Put one leg in after the other – nothing could be easier. Yet, there comes a time when cleaning the scrub bottoms will be an essential part of your weekly activities.

Tossing everything into the wash hoping that the scrub bottoms come out clean is not generally a good practice. There is a multitude of reasons why this is not a good idea, and the foremost is you and your patient’s safety.

What are some initial steps you can take to insure you get the most out of your Cherokee unisex pants?

As a medical or healthcare professional, you should have a few stain removal sticks. One should go into your locker or storage area in your medical facility. If you carry a purse or handbag placing one in here is a great idea if you do not have a locker or storage area at your disposal. Another should go in your vehicle or mode of transportation. Finally, you should have a high quality stain removal spray in your home.


Stains happen. That is all there is to it. No one likes them, but they are a part of your working experience. An ounce of prevention may be worth a pound of cure, but this does not mean you cannot afford not to prepare for the unexpected.

This leads me to the next suggestion – have an extra set of scrubs available should you get a spot or other debris on your Cherokee unisex pants or tops.

When added to the first suggestion, having an extra set of scrubs means that when you get a spot, you can quickly remove the soiled medical apparel, apply the stain removal, and then quickly fit into your next ensemble.

When storing your Cherokee unisex pants for cleaning, you should keep your medical apparel separate from all the rest of your soiled laundry. This is to keep your medical apparel clean as well as offering some protection to your everyday clothing or your linens.

Just as you want to store soiled medical apparel separately from your other laundry, you should wash the Cherokee unisex pants and tops separately from your other laundry. Follow the manufacturers suggestions for cleaning for optimal results.

Finally, be sure to promptly remove the clean laundry from the washer and dry in the dryer. Many people prefer to dry naturally via clothes line, but the heat of the dryer aids in sterilizing your Cherokee unisex pants or tops.

Getting the most out of your Cherokee unisex pants or Cherokee unisex tops means you are going to save money in the long run. You spend less on your medical apparel, and you look great in the process.

Submitted by:

Johnny Grantham

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