SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Silver Lining Textiles, manufacturers of Under Scrub garments, is proud to announce their affiliation with Amazon. Launched on February 4th, 2013, Under Scrub garments are now available for purchase through Amazon.com. Under Scrub garments are technical long and short-sleeve base layers that reduce the bacteria that cause infections. Using an innovative yarn technology in the knitting of the base layer, these garments help fight the spread of hospital and community-acquired infections.
“We are excited to be a part of Amazon.com,” states Kim Zeytoonjian, CMO of Under Scrub, a division of Silver Lining Textiles. “This is a great opportunity for us to be involved with a multi-national electronic commerce company. Amazon attracts over 180,000,000 users a year. To be able to get a revolutionary product like ours out to such a large market is very exciting.”
The silver ion, anti-microbial technology used in Under Scrub garments has proven to rapidly reduce pathogens like MRSA in a matter of minutes. “To distribute this technology through the Amazon.com portal and reach such an expansive customer base is monumental,” states Jason Katsapetses, Founder & CEO of Silver Lining Textiles and the Under Scrub brand. “Imagine the impact we will have and the people we will help.”
Infection protection happens on many levels, whether in a community or hospital setting. The Under Scrub brand is giving people an option that does not require any active participation. It is a simpler way, along with hand washing and general awareness, to create a cleaner environment for patient care and healthcare delivery.
Under Scrub garments are not just for healthcare workers. Emergency responders, dentists, veterinarians, athletes, and daycare workers are wearing them. The antimicrobial properties, in addition to the comfort, fit and UV protection, make it a great choice for everyone.
About Under Scrub
Silver Lining Textiles LLC, located in Santa Barbara, CA, was founded by doctors, fabric innovators and textile experts, with the goal of producing high-performance technical fabrics for the healthcare industry. They have developed Under Scrub garments specifically to help aid medical and healthcare providers in the fight against the spread of bacteria and other harmful pathogens.
Contact: Jason Katsapetses