Tips on Cleaning Epi-Derm Sheeting

Tips on Cleaning Epi-Derm Sheeting

Because our Epi-Derm sheeting can be worn on clean skin for up to 12 hours at a time, it is essential that the sheeting is thoroughly washed after each use. After each 12-hour use or even a shorter time frame, the sheeting must be washed with a non-fragranced low foaming soap such as the soap we sell on our website [SilqueClenz] to remove any debris or sweat that was accumulated throughout the time frame of use. With proper washing and care taken your sheeting will last a longer duration than other sheeting as our Epi-Derm products are thick and durable making them strong enough to withstand consistent washing. Due to our products being thicker and more durable than other scar care companies, you can wash our Epi-Derm sheeting as many times as you need to without damage or risk of tearing the product. Our sheeting was crafted to be used multiple times and can withstand consistent washing. 

With the new Drying Rack you can leave your sheeting to dry on a clean surface that was intended for Epi-Derm care. This product eliminates the question as to whether or not to leave their sheeting out to dry sticky side up or sticky side down on a clean counter top. With this new innovative product you can apply the Epi-Derm sheeting directly onto the drying rack which has been crafted specifically for Biodermis sheeting to allow airflow and quick drying, while keeping the sheeting clean. Because you will always be placing the clean and washed Epi-Derm sheeting onto the drying rack there is no need to clean the drying rack but if you would like to do so we recommend cleaning it with water and SilqueClenz. Epi-Derm sheeting is the best fit for someone who prefers to have their scar covered during the daytime and nighttime. 

If you have any questions on scar care assistance or which product would be best for you, please feel free to contact us at 702.260.4466. If you have any concerns such as when to start using silicone scar sheets, we always recommend consulting your doctor to have them look at your scar and make sure the wound is fully healed prior to silicone use. We look forward to helping you with your scar care needs and new scar care regimen!

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~ Article contributed by Riona Scafa