$10.00

Cotton silk material, soft to the touch mask – to wear while out in public.

 

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SKU: MASK-COTTON-SILK Category:

Public Grade Face Masks are designed to slow the spread of infection by preventing people from touching their noses and mouths, and by helping contain coughs and sneezes. If the general public uses this type of mask instead of medical-grade masks, it will free up medical-grade masks for professionals who need them.

  • Cotton silk material, soft to the touch
  • One size – a small to medium fit
  • Loops around the ears
  • Reusable, hand wash with detergent and hang dry
  • Due to the nature of this product, all orders are final and non-refundable

From Dr. Luke Padwick, founder of Austin Emergency Centers:
“Non-medical grade masks don’t filter viruses but are still useful for the public as barriers. Number one, all of us touch our face about 100 times a day without realizing it. When you’re wearing a mask, when you touch a handle or doorknob then rub your eyes, nose, or mouth, the mask will prevent you from putting the virus in you. The non-medical grade masks also create a barrier that reduces the likelihood of one person spreading pathogens to another through sneezing, breathing, or coughing. It contributes to public safety.

Masks made by our partners in China.

How do I wash this mask?
Hand wash with detergent and hang dry.
What is it made of?
This mask is made with a cotton silk material.
How do I wear it?
Masks are only effective if you wear them properly. The World Health Organization has the how-to:
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water before touching or putting on the mask.
  • Make sure your entire nose and mouth are covered when you put it on.
  • Avoid touching the mask while you're out -- this can contaminate it.
  • Do not take the mask off while you're in public.
  • To take it off once you return, touch the ear loops -- don't touch the front of it.
  • You should immediately wash the mask after returning so it doesn't contaminate your belongings.
  • Wash your hands immediately after you've taken it off, and again after you've washed the mask.

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