Liquidation – 60% off retail price on in stock units

Using masks for personal protection is the new normal. Our everyday masks can help keep you and your community safer. These reusable masks are washable, and more protective than the average cotton mask. Our reusable isolation gowns are fully tested and FDA registered. Made in the USA from all USA sourced materials, with no minimum order. Perfect for your private practice, local dental office, nursing home, or school. Washable up to 100 times, our gowns lower your costs and waste compared to disposable gowns, and you won’t have stockpile.

Available on Massachusetts Statewide Contract HLS06


Powered by Milliken™ Perimeter™ barrier fabric

The CareAline Reusable Isolation Gowns are designed to be comfortable and protective. Made with Perimeter medical barrier fabric, our gowns have been designed with features requested by top infection preventionists and PPE experts to offer superior coverage, and ease of donning and doffing. Reusable at least 100 times, gowns cost less than $0.20 per use, saving money and waste in your hospital or facility. Made in the USA from USA sourced materials. No minimums.
an image of one careAline reusable isolation gown next to an image of one hundred disposable isolation gowns with an equals sign between the two showing that the CareAline reusable isolation gown is equal to 100 disposables with a cost difference of $40 for carealine vs $250 for disposables.

High Quality, Tested Protection

Protect yourself, your patients and your community with CareAline Reusable Isolation Gowns. Tested to meet ANSI/AAMI PB70 standards, they are washable and reusable at least 100 times – costing less than $0.40 per use. Designed with clinician requested features including a high collar for chest, shoulder and neck protection, thumb hole cuffs that go inside the gloves for better coverage, and overlapping Velcro closure at the neck and waist for tear away doffing. Ideal for use in hospitals, dental offices, nursing homes, home care settings, clinics, doctors offices, schools, municipalities, and more.

an image of one careAline reusable isolation gown next to an image of one hundred disposable isolation gowns with an equals sign between the two showing that the CareAline reusable isolation gown is equal to 100 disposables with a cost difference of $40 for carealine vs $250 for disposables.

Two Sizes


Large – Sweep 57 inches / Length 44 inches

3XL – Sweep 70 inches / Length 47 inches


CareAline Reusable Isolation Gowns are made out of fabrics that have been manufactured with a fluid resistant finish. They can be laundered and reused. CareAline guarantees their gowns will maintain effective fluid resistance through a Minimum of 25 washes. Fluid resistance can be further impacted by improper handling and laundering procedures. In order to maintain the desired level of fluid resistance, cleanliness, comfort and durability, it is important to follow the laundering guidelines below.

Industrial Washing

  • Wash CareAline Isolation Gowns separately from other items.
  • Do not overload washing equipment to avoid insufficient cleaning, rinsing or excessive garment wrinkling. Generally, load at 50% to 70% rated capacity depending on washer pocket configuration.
  • Recommended wash temperatures are 140°F to 150°F. Do not exceed 160°F.
  • Non-chlorine bleaches may be used as required for stain removal and sanitizing.
  • Chlorine bleach is not recommended.
  • Proper rinsing is critical to fluid resistant performance. Any remaining surfactant or detergent on the fabric will reduce the surface tension of fluids resulting in strike through.
  • Tumble dry with cool-down cycle to minimize wrinkling. Tumble drying is a necessary step to maintain best fluid resistance. Heat from a hot dry cycle is important to reactivate the fluid resistant
  • chemistry. Normal dryer operation should allow garment temperatures of 240°F to 280°F maximum.
  • A proper cool down is necessary to minimize wrinkling. Prompt removal of garments from the dryer also minimizes compaction wrinkling.
  • Do not dry clean, use softeners, or topical anti-static finishes as they will deteriorate the fluid resistant finish. Excessive alkalinity, temperature, mechanical action and abrasion can reduce effectiveness of fluid resistant finishes.
  • Do not use high PH or solvated detergents.
  • Do not use rust preventative sours.
  • All loads should be soured. Sour to pH range 5.5 – 6.0. Do not use rust preventive sours.
  • Centrifugal extraction is preferable but do not exceed 100g’s. Do not use hydraulic orram type extractors. The resulting hard creases may cause fluid strikethrough sites.
  • It is recommended that damaged garments be removed from service and replaced.

Home (non industrial) Machine Washing

  • Garments made with Milliken Perimeter fabrics should be sorted and washed separately from other garments
  • Machine wash in warm water with standard detergent using permanent press cycle.
  • Use non-chlorine bleach if needed
  • Do not use fabric softener or dryer sheets
  • Tumble dry with high heat using permanent press cycle, remove promptly after drying
  • Warm iron if needed
  • It is recommended that damaged garments be removed from service and replaced.


*The technology is durable for at least 100 launderings.


Powered by Milliken™ BioSmart™ technology*

The CareAline Everyday Mask is designed to be comfortable and protective. Made with chlorine activated BioSmart fabric which has antimicrobial properties when activated with an EPA-registered chlorine bleach in the wash. Our three layer design combines the Biosmart outer layer, a washable non woven filter layer, and a microfiber, moisture wicking fabric inner layer for added comfort.


*When laundered with an EPA-registered chlorine bleach, BioSmart™ technology binds chlorine to the surface of the fabric, which then kills 99.9% of many common bacteria and viruses. BioSmart™ technology is durable up to 75 industrial wash cycles.


Protect yourself and your loved ones with three layers of protection. Our chlorine activated, antimicrobial outer layer, our integrated, non-woven filter layer and our moisture wicking inner layer for added comfort. The latex free, chlorine safe elastic is comfortable to wear behind the head, and adjusts easily behind the neck with a cord lock. Fitted to the face with a nose wire and shaped to make for easier breathing. Enjoy peace of mind and help your community with our CareAline Everyday Mask. 

**This mask is to be used for personal protection only and has not been tested to prevent or treat any condition or infection. Please follow your local guidelines and mandates for COVID-19 spread prevention and restrictions.


1) Pull the bottom end of the elastic (with the cord lock) over your head and place behind your neck.

2) Put the mask up to your face and position over your nose and mouth.

3) Pull the top loop of elastic over your head and place at the crown of your head.

4) Adjust the fit of your mask by pressing the nose wire to fit snugly around the bridge of your nose, and tightening the elastic using the cord lock so the mask fits snugly on your face.

Find Your Size

Using a soft tape measure, measure from the bridge of the nose to under the chin.

Size – measured from the bridge of the nose to under the chin

S – 3.75-4.75 inches / 89-121 mm


M – 4.75 -5.5 in / 121-140 mm


L – 5.5-6.25 in / 140-159 mm


Wash your CareAline Everyday Mask using the following method in your home washer.


All EPA-registered bleach products have instructions for laundry sanitization on the label. Most of them indicate that the proper concentration is 1/3 – 1/2 cup per standard home washing machine load of 14-20 gallons of water. Some of the bleach products may vary in concentration and recommend a different level, so please check the label of the bleach that you are using. Do not use color-safe bleach.
IF YOU ARE WASHING THE MASKS ALONE AND HAVE A WEIGHT SENSING WASHER, PLEASE REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF BLEACH YOU ADD. We recommend washing with some towels and setting your washer to deep water to make sure the concentration is not too high. If the black binding on the mask fades, or you can smell bleach after the mask has been rinsed, you need to reduce the amount of bleach you are using in your load.


Use a regular laundry cycle and be sure to include the rinse step. Failure to rinse the fabric can result in local concentrations of chlorine bleach that may cause irritation to sensitive individuals. After the rinse, you may not be able to smell a bleach odor, but the chlorine bleach is still bound to the fabric.


Detergent is not required for the initial charge but should be used for all maintenance washes along with the EPA-registered chlorine bleach.


The mask can be dried in any manner (tumble drier, line dry, etc.), for longevity we recommend tumble drying the mask for the first wash and line drying after.


We want to hear about your hospital initiatives, and look forward to helping you reach your patient safety goals.


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Fax: 888-511-0484
CareAline Products
17 Conant St #61
Danvers, MA 01923

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