Ways your personal protection equipment is worn prior to entering a cleanroom environment is critically important to prevent contamination and minimise dispersion of particles and microbes naturally carried on the skin.
Prior to arriving, basic hygiene such as bathing and showering is performed. People with dry skin may wish to use skin lotion to replace lost oils. Clothing below cleanroom garments are best made from artificial fibres because they disperse fewer particles. Close-woven fabrics are also better, as they are more effective in filtering and controlling particles and microbes from skin.
To find out more critical hygiene steps and information about the pre-change, changing, and cleanroom entrance zones when changing into cleanroom garments, download this free whitepaper.