Normal wash (water)
Wash frequently the uniforms, separating color fabrics from white ones and following the instruction reported in the label.
Always make a cold water wash, in order to make easier the removing of stains and marks; organic stains washed at high temperature keep permanent.
Locally treat stains following our advices, do not leave clothes into bleach or disinfectant liquids. In case of very dirty clothes, rub with Marseille soap the stain, then, along with clothes detergent, add and dissolve in the water (never directly on the fabric) base-oxygen products (sodium perborate). Never pour stain remover directly on fabric.
Use classic clothes detergents for white overall and specific products for color overall (do not use detergents for black clothes).
Water washes at 60°C guarantee perfect results (if you strictly follow the instructions). Do not exceed temperatures shown by maintenance symbols at the previous page; higher temperatures weak the strength of the fibers and cause a shrinkage.
It is suitable the use of products like “Napisan” along with the classic detergent, in order to guarantee clean and disinfected clothes even at low temperatures, respecting color and fabric.
Any possible water colorations are due to dyes in exceed and their elimination do not modify the original color of the fabric. Always use softeners at the end of the washing process. Rinse carefully the washing to avoid residues.
Attention: if your overalls are washed at higher temperatures than the ones shown by maintenance symbols, it may happen a fabric reduction of 2%. Please take note of this before ordering your size.
Dry sterilize at 135°C or at 120° C in autoclave, by carefully sealing up the envelopes in order to avoid that the cloth item come into contact with the walls of the sterilizer. In autoclave in can happen a fabric reduction of 2%. Please take note of this before ordering the size.
BLOOD: immerse cloth item in cold water with few drops of ammonia, then normally wash.
FOOD: rub with mineral water. Put an absorbent cloth under the treated area. • LIPSTICK: rub with bread crumb.
FAT: rub dry fabric with soap, then put in the wash.
INK: plug with 90° alcohol.
RESIN: rub with turpentine
WAX: softly scrape, put on and under the stain two pieces of blotting paper, then do the ironing: in case
of colored wax, rub the stain with cotton soaked with ethyl oxide.
RADIOGRAPHIC FLUID: these stains are not treatable. Use products of your trustworthy supplier and try to treat the most hidden stains, as these are very aggressive
products that weak the fabric and may cause holes and tears in the treated area.
• CONCENTRATE HYPOCHLORITE OR ACIDS: they cause a net of small holes in the
fabrics, even if immediately washed with water.