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High Quality Women's White Laboratory Science Coat , Length 42" Regular, One Chest Pocket , Two Waist Pockets
- One chest pocket and Two waist pockets
- Concealed stud fastening
- Back vent
- Fabric Polyester/Cotton - 195grms2
- Sizes Chest 30" to - 54"
- Length Regular 42"
Quantity Break Pricing:
|1-10 items||£30.00 / each|
|11-20 items||£27.00 / each||save 10%|
|21 or more items||£24.00 / each||save 20%|
Garment care advice...
Washing instructions are included in all garments on the care label. Please refer to these for the exact washing instructions for your uniform
For the best Laundering results and to maintain the longevity of your uniform the following is recommended.
- Before wearing your new uniform, wash dark and bright colours separately from whites in cold water or on a cool setting to enhance colour stability.
- To aid colour retention, turn the garment inside out prior to washing.
- Ideally, visibly contaminated garments should receive a machine ‘sluice (rinse) cycle’ first, prior to the main wash.
- Wash garments separately from other clothing/items, in a washing machine at the hottest temperature suitable for the fabric, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Never boil wash.
- Washing powders and liquids containing Chlorine, Bleaching agents and Optical Brighteners should be avoided to prevent deterioration to the colour or construction of the fabric. It is strongly advised that non-biological washing agents are used. Biological agents can affect colour stability and cause running or fading.
- Do not overload the washing machine.
- Garments can be tumble dried at a low temperature only, and pressed when slightly damp. Tumble drying garments to a complete dry state may cause damage and shrinkage.
- Washer dryers dry at a considerably higher temperature than conventional tumble dryers and therefore the instructions on the garment must be adhered to. This will avoid damage and shrinkage to the garment.
- If you do not have a tumble dryer / washer dryer, air dry thoroughly before ironing on the hottest setting advised by the manufacturer.
- For best results, the garment should be ironed inside out until all moisture is gone to prevent creasing. After ironing, garments should be aired before being stored.
- Store laundered (washed) uniforms in a clean plastic bag when transporting to and from work. Do not carry clean and dirty/soiled uniforms together in the same bag.
- After handling dirty/soiled uniforms and placing them in the washing machine, wash your hands using soap and water.
- Clean washing machines and tumble dryers regularly in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions
Difficult Stain Removal
- BLOOD - Blot with concentrated common starch pate and rinse from the reverse side with mild soapy water.
- INK - Immerse in cold water.
- IODINE - Treat with cold water followed by methylated spirit.
- LIPSTICK - Rub white bread over the area with a firm gentle motion.
Chest Size30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54
Measuring Yourself Tips - Female
Where you need to measure
While very few women actually have 34-26-36 measurements, the three numbers are a good reminder of where you need to measure yourself for clothes. These are the points where a woman’s body usually curves in and out the most.
Let your arms hang naturally at your sides. Have someone measure you with the measuring tape parallel to the ground. Have your friend measure under your underarms, around your back and over the fullest part of your bust Make sure the measuring tape is snug but not tight.
Bend over to one side to find the spot where your waist naturally creases. Measure this spot; it should be right under your navel. Keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor and snug against your skin, but don’t pull it tight
Stand up straight with your feet together. Have a friend measure over your hips and rear, around the fullest part. Make sure to keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Measuring Yourself Tips - Male
Stand up straight with your arms hanging straight at your sides. Have someone measure the fullest part of your chest, over your shoulder blades and under your underarms. Keep the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
Bend over to one side to find the spot where your waist naturally creases. Measure this spot; it should be right under your navel. Keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor and snug against your skin, but don’t pull it tight.
Measure from the top of the inside leg at the crutch to the ankle bone.