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Parsons ADL Smoker's Bib

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Parsons ADL Smoker's Bib

This smoker's bib is composed of a fire-resistant soft material. The material is naturally flame resistant, providing excellent protection against fire hazards. It doesn't melt or condense into molten droplets. It's dye-resistant and machine-washable. Dimensions: 24" x 36" (61cm x 91cm). Material consisting of Nomex and viscose with a 25% viscose content, designed for strong fire resistance. White trim completes the look. Tie strings are used to secure the item. **Please note that fabric colour may vary.

NOTE: The purpose of this bib is to prevent smokers from being left alone. Remember that ashes can fall on the floor, on a chair, or somewhere else that isn't well-protected. Although the fabric will not burn, heat will be passed through it, perhaps causing a burn to the person.

Hand wash at 60°C, tumble dried at 60°C, and dry cleanable.

What is Viscose?

Viscose fabric, which is soft and lightweight, has been a staple of many closets and houses since the late 1800s. Because the production method requires high amounts of chemicals, viscose is not as environmentally friendly as other forms of rayon, such as modal. Viscose is a versatile fabric that is used in apparel such as blouses, dresses, and jackets, as well as in the house in carpets and upholstery.

Viscose is created from beech, pine, and eucalyptus tree pulp, although it can also be made from bamboo. Because of the many chemicals required in the viscose process, such as sodium hydroxide and carbon disulfide, viscose is considered semi-synthetic.

The manufacture of viscose can be broken down into five steps

  1. The plant is chipped into a wood pulp, and chemicals such as sodium hydroxide are dissolved, resulting in a brown wood pulp solution.
  2. Following that, the dark wood pulp is washed, cleaned, and bleached.
  3. The pulp is treated with carbon disulfide and then dissolved in sodium hydroxide to form the viscose solution, which is used to make the fibres.
  4. The viscose solution is driven through a spinneret, a mechanism that produces regenerated cellulose filaments.
  5. This regenerated cellulose is spun into yarn and woven or knitted into viscose rayon fabric.

Why Choose Parsons ADL in Canada

Whether you have arthritis, a hip replacement, or are disabled, we can help. Whether you're caring for a loved one who is returning home from the hospital or has a proclivity for wandering... Whether you're looking for assistive goods for your clients who have a variety of disabilities... Parsons ADL Inc. offers you over 1100 new items to better your daily lives through our growing Dealer Network of over 800 home healthcare specialists across Canada and the United States. Our delivery timeframes are among the best in the business because many of our items are designed, manufactured, and assembled on-site at our factory north of Toronto.

Our expertise and outstanding client service are our trademarks. But, above all, we appreciate the relationships we've created with our customers and suppliers over the course of our 30+ years in business in Canada.

We will continue to work hard to give practical answers for individuals who require our services.

Shipping & Returns

We can ship to virtually any address in Canada or the United States. 

Delivery times and fees can vary by region. 

For information on Shipping, visit our Shipping page.

We have a 30-day money-back guarantee for most products. To find out what products qualify, visit our Returns page for more information.

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Do you need help with an order?  Or just have general questions?  We're here to help!

Please feel free to call us toll-free at 1-833-897-6905,  email us, or chat online with one of our Customer Service Agents. LiveChat and Customer Service Specialists are available Monday - Friday between the hours of 9am and 4pm PST (holidays excluded).