Fabric selection

Are the clothes for the staff getting damaged after just a few washes? Choose Wojdak medical clothing sets for your needs! When aprons from other manufacturers start to look worn out after just a few washes, Wojdak’s polyester-cotton medical clothing remains vibrant and free from pilling even after 100 washes. It maintains its shape and continues to look as good as the day you purchased it.

Same color. Same shape. Less time spent replacing employee uniforms!

Available fabrics

Microstretch Fabric

weave: inclined 2×2
grammage: 150g/m2
composition: 92% PES 8% ELT

Rofinor Fabric

weave: inclined 2×1
grammage: 170g/m2
composition: 65% PES, 35% BW

Charlotte Fabric

weave: inclined 2×1
grammage: 180g/m2
composition: 50% PES, 50% BW

Teredo Fabric

weave: inclined 2×1
grammage: 195g/m2
composition: 65% PES, 35% BW

Tiajo Fabric

weave: inclined 2×1
grammage: 195g/m2
composition: 64% PES, 33% BW, 3%ELT

What should you know about fabrics?

The correct selection of clothing for healthcare workers is important, which is why our company takes responsibility for choosing the appropriate fabrics for this purpose.

When you buy garments from us, you are 100% sure that they are made of fabric designed for health care workers and have Oeko-Tex® Standard100 chemical safety certification, and are human friendly, which is confirmed by a certificate. Despite washing at high temperatures, we guarantee high color durability and dimensional stability, as well as minimal pilling and linting.

We work with the world’s leading suppliers of fabrics for medical garments:

Key features of fabrics

There is a common belief that using 100% cotton makes a fabric of better quality. Is this really the case?

Fabric manufacturers nowadays specialize in polyester-cotton blends to provide fabrics with the best properties. By combining polyester and cotton fibers in varying proportions, the disadvantages of one fiber are eliminated while benefiting from the advantages of the other.


Resistant to high washing and ironing temperatures. Excellent moisture absorption. Soft to the touch. Natural origin.

With a high tendency to crease, difficult to iron. It retains moisture for a long time, so when our body sweats, you can feel discomfort (a cold sensation) because the fabric stays wet for a long time. With less stability of shape and dimension, prone to distortion of form. The chemical treatment to prevent mold, bacteria, moths and the dyeing process makes it less “natural.” It can withstand 30-50 wash cycles.


Permeable to air and water vapor. Superbly resistant to tearing and friction even after repeated industrial laundering. It wicks moisture to the outside very well (dries quickly). With low susceptibility to creasing, easy to iron. Provides stability of shape and dimension, maintains form. It is not attacked by mold, bacteria or moths. It can withstand up to 100 wash cycles.

Prone to static electricity. With increased rigidity. Synthetic origin.

We provide comfortable medical clothing that looks like new even after many washings.