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scrubs

(skrŭbz)
pl.n.
A two-piece garment of lightweight cotton, usually consisting of pants and a T-shirt, worn by medical personnel especially when participating in surgery.
The standard light coloured—usually blue or green—cloth clothing worn by doctors and health care professionals especially when performing ‘messy’ or potentally messy procedures

scrubs

See Surgical scrubs.
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The scrubs are reusable for months, have a unique shape that makes them pliable and perfect for tricky cleaning jobs and will produce no rust or smells.
They do not require rinsing and are sometimes referred to as waterless scrubs.
To those who insist, she suggests using facial scrubs made of mechanically engineered microbeads, which are gentlest.