Those with hemochromatosis (or those who cook for those with hemochromatosis) know a thing or two about reducing the iron in a meal.
Celebrate your low-iron skills by proudly wearing this apron the next time you're whipping up a low-iron meal!
Spread awareness of hemochromatosis and iron overload by wearing this eye-catching apron, certain to provoke questions from friends and family. It's a great conversation starter to share your condition with others in creative way.
Our design is printed on a strong yet soft apron that is long enough to protect from most kitchen messes!
Worn by Dr. Kristina herself when she's inventing low-iron recipes in the kitchen, these aprons are her favorite. In fact, she tested out multiple apron styles from multiple companies and chose this one for it's mixture of practicality and attractiveness.
Not just for the kitchen, they also work for projects around the home, for the outdoor grill, or when working in the garden.
The black straps around the neck and waist are easy to adjust as you simply tie them to your desired tightness. They are attached by shiny black buttons, making it easy to remove for washing.
Care Instructions: Machine Wash in cold, gentle cycle. Non-Chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low.
These aprons are printed on-demand, especially for you! When you place an order, our printing partner will print the design you have ordered and send it to you directly on our behalf. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!
**Because these are custom printed specifically for you, we are not able to accept returns or exchanges.**
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