I’ve got a problem with brown scrubs.
I mean, who doesn’t?
The stuff that’s traditionally worn by college kids, which also happens to be the stuff that I wear.
And the reason I’m so mad is because I wear it all the time, I think about it all day.
I think it’s pretty cool to have a variety of colors in your scrub collection, so you can choose your own shade and you can go with it all year.
But the problem is that some scrubs can make you look like a total moron.
The reason I started to take these color choices more seriously is because it was the same issue that I’ve had with my brown pants, so I figured I’d write up a primer on it and share some tips and tricks to help you get rid of those brown, smelly, dirty brown scrub stains.1.
Wearing it all at once2.
Wash your hands in warm water before and after use3.
Apply a mild cleanser after each use4.
Don’t wear the same color over and over again5.
Don “strip” the top layer of the colorYou know what they say: It’s all about what you wear.
But I’m all about the bottom.
You should always wear the best color possible, and if you can’t decide on what to wear, just wash it and then wash it again.
This will give your scrab a little more coverage and it will also give your fabric a nice wash.
And if you’re going to do the “striping” thing, use a soft cloth or something that can soak in and soak the excess water out.
You don’t want your scrabs to feel dirty or smelly when you wash them.
If you don’t, it will make your scrumptiousness even more noticeable.
So how do you get those brown stains out of your scrabby pants?
The trick is simple.
When you’re washing your hands and then you’re putting your clothes on, you want to apply the wash to the entire surface of your clothes and then rinse them off.
This way, you can apply the same amount of water to each garment.
When you’re ready to wear your scrubby pants, just start at the front, and work your way around.
Wash them all the way around and rinse them, and then apply the rinse and then put them on your next layer.
This is important.
I recommend applying the wash on the top, the front and then the back of your fabric, and it’s important to use the same water to both layers.
Then repeat this process for the second layer, but this time, apply the water to the front of your shirt and the back.
Repeat this process on the bottom, and on the back, and finally apply the final rinse.
This will help your fabric absorb the water and help it to feel cleaner.
And remember, the first layer should be washed and then dried, so the fabric is in its prime.
It should be soft and supple.
Washing your hands before and as you wear them.
First of all, wash your hands.
If there’s a lot of color on your clothes, it might be a good idea to wash them all at the same time.
Don’t forget to wash your hand with soap and water first.
This helps to break up any extra water in the cloth.
Wash both hands at the end of your shower, and put them in the sink.
Wash all your clothes after using them.
After washing your clothes with soap, you’re done.
You can then wash them again with water.
It’s important that you rinse them both before you use them, because the extra water will be trapped in the fabric, so it’ll stain and you won’t be able to clean the stain out.
Dry your clothes.
Once you’re finished with your clothes for the day, you need to dry them.
You want to let them dry completely.
If they’re too dirty, you’ll need to do a little washing up to get them ready for the next day.
Put them back on the clothes rack.
I have a few tips on this, but it’s really all about how the fabric looks when you’re wearing it all.
I recommend washing your scrunchies right away, as it’ll help to get the excess moisture out.
When the cloth is dry, you should then put it back on to dry it.
The next day, I like to apply a mild scrub and let it soak for a few minutes, then put your clothes back on and rinse again.
Wear the scrubs all year round.
Now that your scrums are completely dry, it’s time to wear them to school, to the grocery store, to work, and to play sports.
And don’t forget about them when you are wearing them.
There are a few ways to