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ProCool Dri-QWick has been a savior and a super-performer in the PPE crisis in many ways. It is the perfect fabric for not only sportswear, but for daily-wear garments such as scrubs, institutional uniforms, and masks! And to think, it almost never came to market!

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Posted in Origin Stories PPE Fabrics By Archana Sharma
17 May2020

 

Nancy Vaughan, Wellness Administrator from The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville,  Connecticut, was one of the first few who reached out to make medical gowns for their local hospital, area nursing home, and ambulance squads using MediPUL which is a Level 4 gown material.

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Posted in PPE Fabrics By Nancy Vaughan & Archana Sharma

Fabrics for Making Reusable Gloves

May 10, 2020 12:47:43 PM

10 May2020

 

Recently disposable gloves were sold out in many stores due to the high demand. Looking for alternatives, several are turning to making reusable gloves, which can be made easily, lasts longer and can be reused lots of times.

 

Disclaimer: The article below is based solely on the opinion and knowledge of the author. None of the statements below are based on any experience or expertise in making gloves. The objective of this article to provide some information on gloves and fabric suggestions to the best of our knowledge, it is not to be perceived as professional advice.

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Posted in Fabric Finders PPE Fabrics By Archana Sharma

Why America Needs To Change!

May 7, 2020 12:42:50 PM

07 May2020

 

At one time America was a leader in manufacturing, producing excellent quality goods in many sectors. Innovation and enterprise grew exponentially and the people prospered. Every country in the world yearned to be a supplier to the biggest market in the world - USA.

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Posted in Fabric News PPE Fabrics By Archana Sharma
22 Apr2020

 

In the past few weeks (March/April 2020) several people have inquired about or purchased fabrics to make gowns for use in hospitals and healthcare settings due to the extreme shortage of gowns. 

 

*Disclaimer:  The article below is based solely on the opinion and knowledge of the author and interpretation of the published regulations. None of the statements below are based on any experience or expertise in making medical gowns. The tests quoted were performed by an independent lab. The objective of this article to provide some information on medical gowns and fabric suggestions to the best of our knowledge, it is not to be perceived as professional advice.

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Posted in Fabric Finders PPE Fabrics By Archana Sharma

Small Shop, Big Impact

Apr 6, 2020 1:40:41 AM

06 Apr2020

 

Bensalem family business Wazoodle Fabrics helps supply health care workers with reusable face masks. 

 

This article was originally posted by Samantha Bambino in Bensalem Times

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Posted in Fabric News PPE Fabrics By Samantha Bambino
25 Mar2020

 

Since the emergence of the global pandemic Covid-19 coronavirus, we have received many inquiries about face masks (PPE) that can be made using fabrics.  See the article, which contains our recommendations, on the blog here:  3 Fabrics That Can Be Used To Make Reusable Face Masks

 

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Posted in PPE Fabrics By Archana Sharma and Kathleen Eischer
18 Feb2020

 

In the past few weeks (Jan/Feb 2020) several people have inquired about fabrics to make face masks. So we asked our quality team to provide some insight.


*Disclaimer: The article below is based solely on the opinion of the author. None of the statements below are based on any tests, experience or expertise on face masks. The objective of this article to provide some information on face masks and fabric suggestions to the best of our knowledge, it is not to be perceived as professional advice. No tests were performed to substantiate the recommendations. There is no guarantee that following them will prevent infection. The company holds no responsibility or liability about performance of the fabrics or masks made using them.

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Posted in Fabric Finders PPE Fabrics By Wazoodle Fabrics Quality Team
13 Feb2020

 

Antimicrobial products kill or slow the spread of microbes or microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, protozoans, and fungi such as mold and mildew. The antimicrobial effect of silver ions (Ag+) has been known for centuries.

Silver has a natural ability to kill harmful microorganisms, the ions have a very broad spectrum of activity and are extremely effective at controlling the growth of a wide range of micro-organisms.

 

But which technology is better for you? SILVADUR™ or Nano Silver

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Posted in Fabric Myths PPE Fabrics By Wazoodle Fabrics

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