Answers to Common Hairnet Questions
Q. Are there different uses for hairnets?
A. Traditional solid spunbonded polypropylene is the most traditional kind of hairnet for food processing, hospitals, clinics and often for cleaning facilities as well. In certain circumstances, such as for Front of the House saff, a mesh hairnet may be more esthetically pleasing than the traditional caps. These hairnets blend in with hair color of the wearer for a more natural look. It is also often more comfortable to wear underneath a vidor or basball-type cap.
We carry many “invisible” looking hairnets in a multitude of colours for every shade.
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Q. Is a mesh hairnet as effective as a solid polypropylene?
A. Both kinds of caps can be valuable to worker and consumer protection. Woven mesh hairnets can be just as effective as their solid counterparts, if put on properly.
Try our 224 hairnet, providing heavy-duty coverage as well as comfort, due to its wide edge.
Q. So, what is the proper way to wear a hairnet?
A. To put on any kind of hairnet, it is advised to go from the front and middle of the hairline to the back at the nape of the neck. Once in place, all hair, as well as both ears, should be underneath the cap with any stray hair tucked under the hairnet as well. Once a disposable hairnet is taken off, it should be disposed of and a fresh one used before beginning work again.
Did you know that Emerson Summers carries a wide range of disposable wear?
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Did you know?
One of the newest ways to ensure full coverage protection is to wear a full coverage hood with soft latex-free elastic around the face and neck. This product serves as a combination head covering and beard guard. it also serves to protect longer hair or other head coverings.
Ask us about our full coverage hoods today or ask one of our knowledgeable staff about the perfect solution to your company’s safety apparel needs!