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Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly mix - free shipping - FDA Level 2 - Brooklyn Equipment
Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly mix - free shipping - FDA Level 2 - Brooklyn Equipment
Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly mix - free shipping - FDA Level 2 - Brooklyn Equipment
Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly mix - free shipping - FDA Level 2 - Brooklyn Equipment
Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly mix - free shipping - FDA Level 2 - Brooklyn Equipment

Isolation gown - SURGICAL BLUE - re-usable - cotton / poly blend - FDA Level 2

Regular price $29.90 Sale price $19.00
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All items on our website that are not marked "out-of-stock" ship within 1-2 business days from our warehouse in Brooklyn NY.

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Note: this is NOT a disposable gown. This is a re-usable gown that is washable and re-usable.

Color
Surgical Blue

Material
65% Polyester 35% Cotton

FDA Level 2
More information on FDA website here.

Usage

For dentists, hygienists, doctors, nurses, medical personnel and all other disposable and non-disposable gown users. Medical gown, hospital gown, nursing home gown, etc.

Manufactured by hand in New York, NY. Learn more about us.

Made in USA

 

 

Material properties

  • Splash resistant ( higher poly percentage translates in higher resistance to splash).
  • No specific chemical resistance
  • Anecdotal evidence suggests polyester blends provide better protection against corrosive material than does cotton
  • Polyester blends burn more readily than 100% cotton or flame-resistant materials
  • Lightweight and breathable
  • More cotton in the blend results in better breathability

Material Pros

Appropriate for use in clinical settings and research laboratories where biological material is manipulated.

Material Cons

Polyester blends burn readily when ignited, and are not appropriate for use with flammable liquids, pyrophoric materials, or near an open flame.

Sizing

We only stock one size fits all from S to XXL. We can manufacture customer size orders for orders of 250 gowns +

Bulk discounts
For 10+ items 5% off with "auto5" code at checkout
250+ items: please contact us


Details & Features

Material Integrity:
35% Cotton / 65% polyester. Comfortable and breathable. Solid thick material.
Feature Strong ties for re-usability.
Stock Availability Yes
Sizing & Fit
We only stock one size fits all. We can custom manufacture other sizes for orders of 250+ gowns.
Origin: Made in New York, NY

 

Shipping 

Standard shipping via UPS ground

 

How to wash our isolation gowns

We recommend washing on hot temperatures and normal spin.

SHIPPING FAQ All items on our website that are not marked "out-of-stock" ship within 1-2 business days.

However, some Vega items ship on the date their name indicates. Our items, except when the item description says otherwise, ship from Brooklyn NY.

Orders take 1 ( East Coast) - 5 (West Coast) business days to arrive. When an order ships you will receive an email confirmation (with tracking number) or SMS if you provided a cell number at ordering time.

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Love these gowns

This is the best reusable gown I have found thus far!! I have ordered HUNDREDS of these gowns for the group home I work for. The quality of the material used is unmatched. They do not peel when washed frequently and hold up to the every day wear and tear of my staff. They have been wearing these since April when I discovered them. I will definitely order again!!


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Why are your Lysol and Clorox products so expensive?

Why are your Lysol and Clorox products so expensive?

George Popescu
11 minute read

Hello,

There is a long story. The story starts when we asked our customers their advice and what to do. Should we be listing these exorbitantly priced products or not?

Here is how it started, with an email Brooklyn Textiles and Equipment sent to all our customers:

 

Hi,

My name is George and I am the founder of Brooklyn Textiles and Equipment. As you can see I can't sleep tonight because I have a question:

"Should we list very expensive Lysol or Clorox products or not?"

I think the best people to take this decision is you, our customers. So we made a survey.

My promise:

If the survey votes NO, these products are going away, forever.

If the survey votes YES, we continue to try to improve on prices and do the best we can to keep these products available at the best possible price.


Help me decide, please.

The arguments

The defense

  1. Lysol and Clorox products are impossible to find right now.
  2. They kill 99.9% of viruses (they claim).
  3. Wholesellers provide them at 3x the price before the crisis.
  4. But we can get them which is not the case for everybody.
  5. People need, seek, and buy them. every day.
  6. They are among our best seller products.
  7. People who are immuno-compromised have begged us to find some for them and we did.
  8. Nobody is obligated to buy any.
  9. And YES, they are horribly expensive, honestly.
  10. But we have them for sale, with no maximums, no minimums, with free shipping, and we ship them within 1 business day.
  11. People get exactly what they expect
  12. Selling these products employs full time 3-4 people in Brooklyn, NY


The public prosecutor

  1. These products are horribly expensive.
  2. These products are our lowest margin items, by far. We buy them for ridiculous amounts. ( Our net margins are around 5-10% at best.)
  3. We get treated of price gougers multiple times a day.
  4. Somebody in the chat today said we are "despicable" for selling them at those prices
  5. We are trying to help, not to hurt. Are we really helping?
  6. It looks like we are trying to get rich when in fact we barely make ends meet on these products.
  7. These products at these prices might erode our image and customer trust.
What to do?
To list or not to list?
I need your advice, please.

So we created a survey, please tell us what you want us to do:

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