During hot or stressful days at our workplaces, whether the office, the store, the contruction site, or anywhere else, it is natural that we sweat. This can cause discomfort, feeling damp, and feeling like our shirts constrict us in the neck. Sweat on our shirts rubbing against our skin can also lead to permanent stains and marks on the collar line of the shirt or even worse, rashes and bumps.
When we feel sticky and moist, it is harder to focus, and we are less productive.
The solution is simple: the sweat-wicking, odor-absorbing, stain-preventing Disposable Collar Liner.
Here are some of the many benefits:
- NO MORE STAINS - Ready to save on dry cleaning? The super-absorbent material wicks sweat where it's most needed. It will keep you dry so you can feel confident and comfortable all day. Shirts stay cleaner so you can wear them longer.
- KEEPS YOU DRY - Does your neck get uncomfortable during the day because of the sweat that your shirt absorbs? This moisture-absorbent, sweat-wicking liner will keep you feeling dry and clean.
- ODOR PROTECTION - Do you fear the neckline of your collars has started to smell from sweat stains? These Collar Liners will absorb moisture and reduce or even prevent the growth of bacteria-causing odor so you can focus.
- EASY TO USE AND DISPOSABLE - Just peel and apply the liner on the inside of your collar. After use, remove the liner and toss it. Your collar and neckline will be dry and stain-free.
Simply apply the self-adhesive liner pad on the inside of your shirt collar in seconds. All day, the liner pad will stay invisible while absorbing moisture and odors and keeping your shirt free from stains. Feel better and fresher, even at the end of the day! When you are taking your shirt off, simply toss the liner. No mess, no cleanup.
For even more freshness, try the underarm absorbing liner pads as well!
This product uses the high-quality German Henkel adhesive.
Quantity: 10 units per order
Non-woven fabric (Wiki: Nonwoven fabric is a fabric-like material made from staple fiber and long fibers, bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment.)
Aid-laid paper (Wiki: A textile-like material made from fluff pulp, also categorized as a nonwoven fabric.)
Release paper (Wiki: A release liner is a paper or plastic-based film sheet (usually applied during the manufacturing process) used to prevent a sticky surface from prematurely adhering.)