Kids Mask – 1013March 12, 2021
Kids Mask – 1015March 12, 2021
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING;
These are kids size aprox 4-10 years. May fit older if child has a petite face.
The elastic is supplied in a length that can fit for around the head or be trimmed and tied for around the ears it is up to you how you prefer to have the elastics.
Please wash masks prior to use as we do use a basing glue spray with has fumes that shouldn’t be breathed in.
Once shipped may take upto 3-5 days to arrive depending on your area. Johannesburg, Pretoria and Durban may arrive overnight
Processing only begins after payment has cleared into our account so this process can take 3-5 working days before you are sent a tracking number.
1 in stock
The disclaimer: These face mask will absolutely not prevent you from contracting COVID-19 but will stop you from coughing and sneezing onto others and will also assist you as a reminder to not touch your face or your nose. Helps you to feel like you have some sort of a barrier when being in public. They have filters but are not surgical grade, if you feel like that is what you need please contact a medical professional. We have provided you with all the info on our masks, please use your discretion when choosing to purchase one.
“The droplet from coughing and sneezing is around five microns and we have tested already that cloth masks can protect against droplets bigger than one micron, ”
Please wash your fabric face mask before first use, please wear a clean washed fabric mask every time. Please wash your hands after handling the mask before it is washed. Please take caution when the courier delivers the parcel. Sanitize everything. We encourage you to buy more than 1 in order to rotate and have time to wash them properly between uses. Warm wash with soap and iron before use.
Purchased with full knowledge of what these fabric masks are intended to be. No refunds or returns, sale is final. Made locally in our small studio, we are upholding strict cleaning procedures and we are closed to the public. Regardless, we encourage you to wash your mask before first wear and wash your hands when you first take it out of the bag.
How to use a fabric face mask
Like any personal protective equipment and device, a face mask must be applied according to certain rules. Compliance with them will help to increase efficiency.
A protective mask should be worn for a maximum of 2 hours, after which it is saturated with moist exhaled air and filters microorganisms worse and also creates a favorable environment for the multiplication of bacteria and viruses.
However, if the mask becomes wet from coughing, sneezing, or breathing, it should be replaced immediately.
After use, it should be removed and washed with detergent and then ironed with a hot iron, or soaked in a special antiseptic solution. After changing the mask, hands should be thoroughly washed with soap or treated with an alcohol-based antiseptic gel.
It’s recommended to wear face masks indoors, in places with a large crowd of people, when you are in a room with a sick person.
Also, you can’t eat, drink or smoke moving the mask to the side: this will reduce all attempts to defend yourself to nothing and since you will use your hands to handle the mask, the simple act of moving it will negate its purpose.
You can also use a fabric face mask in paintwork and other repair work, landscape, gardening, spraying, working with chemicals at home, etc.
You should know you can get only a limited protection from these fabric masks, but also something is better than nothing, right?
Remember that the use of a face mask is not the only method of prevention, and numerous studies have confirmed that the most effective protection against diseases transmitted by airborne droplets is possible only if all necessary measures are observed.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not
available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Stay home when you are sick; keep your children at home if they are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and then throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.