• Made by South Africans for South Africans
• 3 layer protection
• Tie Back with top and bottom strings
• No Elastic
• Tightly Woven Bonded double layer
• 180GSM fabric
• Inner layer: Moisture management inner layer
• Wash 40 degrees
• Do not bleach
Closed 10 x 25 cm
Open 16 x 25 cm
How to properly use a cloth mask:
The usage of any type of mask should be accompanied by strictly adhering to safe use guidelines. Wash your hands before applying and after removing a mask, never touch the cloth part, never fiddle with it whilst wearing, refrain from touching your face. Discard disposable masks. Wash cloth masks with warm soapy water and iron when dry.
It is very important that you use a cloth mask properly. If you do not, it might result in you putting themselves at risk. The simple guidelines to use are:
Only use a mask that has been cleaned & ironed
Place the mask with the correct side facing your nose and mouth and covering both well
Tie the strings behind your head, or if you are using elastic bands, make sure these are tight
Make sure it fits well. Move it around to get the best fit. Never touch the cloth part.
Once you have put on the mask, DO NOT TOUCH YOUR FACE again until you take it off
When you take it off, undo the ties, and carefully fold the mask inside out, hold it by the strings/elastic and place the mask in a container preserved for washing the cloth mask.
Wash hands thoroughly and dry before doing anything else
Maintaining the mask:
You must have at least two cloth masks per person so you will be able to wash one and have a clean one ready for use.
Wash the mask daily in soap and hot water (tolerated during hand wash).
Rinse thoroughly and dry
IRON THE MASK – this is the best means of disinfection!