Extra-good quality disposable masks: Latex- and fiberglass-free, with a PVC nosepiece, 95% bacteriological and particulate filtration efficiency, and fluid resistance. Measure 7" x 3-3/4" with elastic ear straps and 4-fold, cone-shape construction. Packaged individually. We'll pick a box of white or pale blue.
That'd fill this 9-oz ceramic coffee mug with the periodic table of elements printed on the side to about half a cup. It's printed in color on both sides, actually, in case you're left-handed. The atomic numbers and weights are a trifle small, but then they are atomic.
They're coming. Women in white coats, too. They got them here, and said they were a steal. You choose from disposable, water-resistant lab coats, sizes Medium (36" long) or XL (38-1/2" long). Both with snap closures and waist pockets.
Our fashion buyers are just back from the shows in Milan with these brand new, nice quality, 80% poly/20% cotton lab coats. These are Euro-sizes, which generally (and generously) match chest circumference. The 42 has 34-1/2" sleeves, and the 48 has 36". All are about 39" long, which means fingertip length or mid-thigh, depending on how long you are. Think men's small and XL. They're all five-button, with one breast pocket and two large side pockets and have no name or embroidery added. Notched lapels, no vent-just what all the best-dressed technicians are wearing this season.
What's three feet tall and wears a white coat? A kid in a chemistry lab, and don't drink the sparkling water. Dress them right for everything from lab sciences to art projects. Our child-size lab coats are white cotton polyester, 4-button and hip length, with notched lapels, one breast pocket and two side pockets. You pick size 4, 22" long from collar to hem; size 8/10, 26" long; and size 12/14, 28" long.
If Nikola Tesla were alive he'd be sporting this lovely chocolate brown and sepia T-shirt, especially because it glows in the dark. (Just like he probably did.) Below his GITD name is his face and below that are photos and patent sketches of his major inventions. 100% cotton. You pick the size.
Wear this to your chemistry final and see how far you get. 100% pre-shrunk black cotton T-shirt with a color-coded periodic table that includes glow-in-the-dark enhancements to the radioactive elements. Made right here in Chicago by guys with high GRE scores. Large only, because it's a big table.
We have come into a cache of very nice short-sleeved lab coats, made for pharmacists. They're a white 80% polyester / 20% cotton blend with (1) breast pocket (left) and (2) waist pockets. They're 30" to 32" long, collar to hem, with lapels and 3-button fronts. Some are plain but most have a small logo identifying a pharmacy on the right breast. Mighty nice lab coats or painter's smocks.
Polyester was invented in a lab so it's only fitting that these dark blue, stylish lab/scrub duds are in slick polyester. 2X bottoms have elastic-back drawstring-front waists, a snapped left-side pocket, open back-right pocket, and elastic ankle cuffs. Measure an un-stretched 46" waist and approx 32" inseams. Bear in mind these are loose, with drawstring waists and cuffs at wrists and ankles, and make lovely PJs if you're not a scrubber.