COVID UPDATES - We're still here for you & shipping! Learn More

Threads Guidelines

Guidelines for ensuring our Nandoca's threads are always looking their best.

Follow the guidelines below to ensure your Nando's threads are always looking their best:

  • Ensure your Threads are neat, clean and ironed
  • Nandocas must wear a Nando’s approved current T-shirt, Raglan or Shirt
  • Nandocas must wear a Nando’s denim drivers hat or bandana when handling food or working back of house
  • Front of house Nandocas are not required to wear head gear
  • All Nandocas must wear fully enclosed, leather, non-slip shoes. Sneakers, sandshoes and runners are not acceptable footwear
  • Blue denim jeans that have no rips or tears
  • Front of House Nandocas are required to wear a clean and ironed tool belt (waist) apron
  • Back of House Nandocas are required to wear a clean, ironed bib (full) apron
  • To meet safety and food safety requirements it is important that you make sure you remove all jewelry e.g. rings, necklaces, watches, bracelets and earrings
  • If you have piercings, you can wear plain sleepers or studs
  • All Nandocas must wear gloves when handling food
  • Facial hair is allowed but it must be clean, maintained short or well-trimmed
  • A name badge must be worn by the manager on duty only
  • All Nandocas can dress in the Threads that align with their gender identity

 

Washing tips for oil stains:

Dishwashing liquid is really good for oil stains as its made to cut through grease.

For the denim aprons, try scrubbing by hand in dishwashing liquid and warm water or using an old toothbrush to scrub directly on the stains if it’s a tough stain.

You could also use bi carb to cover the stain and scrub with an old toothbrush, as this helps to absorb the grease. Dust off and repeat this bi carb step until the oil stain looks like it is fading. Then further scrubbing or hand washing in dishwashing liquid helps to cut through.

After applying above methods it’s important to do a wash in the machine on a higher temp. We would recommend no higher than 60 degrees as this denim is prone to shrink at high washing temperatures.

The Tees are a more delicate weave and looser structure to a denim, it is best to start with soaking and hand washing in dishwashing liquid and see how they go from there. If the stain persists they may need to repeat this process 2 or 3 times before they see a result. Scrubbing the knit can cause damage to the surface if done too heavily and aggressively. If you hand wash they should be able to apply enough pressure without causing the same abrasion and damage to the fabric that scrubbing with an old toothbrush heavily could cause.

Please also recommend scrubbing on the reverse side where possible to avoid causing any abrasion to the front surface. This is relevant to the denim also.