FOLDS Wear FAQ

 

 

 

How are FOLDS scrubs antiviral, antibacterial, and antimicrobial?

Our garments contain proprietary technology that works with the micro-particles in the yarn and releases silver ions to interact with viruses. With an added compound, our garments have a unique antiviral mechanism that stops the culturing of the virus on the garment and prevents it from being inhaled via microfibre release

 

How do the scrubs self-clean and remain sterile?

Nanotechnology, silver ions, and carbon titanium infused into every fibre of fabric make FOLDS Wear products self-cleaning and resistant to COVID.


Can I wear FOLDS scrubs in the operating room?

Yes! FOLDS scrubs are made from antiviral, antimicrobial, and antibacterial fabric. If you get bodily fluids on your scrubs, you can feel safer knowing that our scrubs help stop the culturing of viruses on the garment, preventing them from being inhaled via microfibre release—they’re perfect for the operating room.    

 

What kind of fabric is used to make FOLDS scrubs?

FOLDS scrubs are made from recycled materials, including post-consumer plastic, carpets, and airbags. 


What do “circular” scrubs mean?

Through recycling and the repolymerization of old scrubs, more yarn is spun and knitted into fabric to make FOLDS scrubs. This is our commitment to reducing the problem of waste and overconsumption! 


Who is FOLDS for?

FOLDS is for healthcare professionals: nurses, doctors, surgeons, medical assistants—anyone who needs protective, comfortable medical techwear.