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Fabric Face Masks - 3Ply in Blue or White (Packs of 1,2,4,6,8 & 10)
At this time of crisis, standard surgical disposable face masks are in high demand by the medical fraternity and therefore, for the most part, they are not readily available to the wider community. In response to this critical need, Lowe Furniture & Decor has developed a product for general use by the public and corporate employees.
Our masks on request can be custom designed with different corporate colours and logos.
For custom orders please mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email email@example.com for colours other than white or blue as well as custom orders.
Our 2 Ply Cotton Fabric Masks, have an inner lining that creates a pocket, allowing for a filter to be added, creating extra protection. When using a filter the mask essentially becomes 3 Ply.
The filter can be a tissue or coffee filter.
50 % Cotton, 50 % Polyester
Face Mask Care Instructions:
Masks can be washed at a minimum temperature of 40 degrees Celsius by washing machine or by hand.
Do not bleach or tumble dry.
Warm iron once the mask is dry.
We recommend everyone to have at least two (2) masks.
Dimensions: 19 x 13 cm
Masks do not guarantee protection from COVID-19 or any other illness but may act as a deterrent to touching ones face any limit spreading of particles due to coughing or sneezing. Social distancing, washing, and sanitising of hands and all other approved methods designed to limit the spread of infection are still required even when wearing a mask.
We strictly produce to order and are reputable designers and manufacturers in South-Africa.
We are able to produce 10000 units in five (5) days.
Products are scalable based on orders.
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|Usage Instructions||For any type of mask, appropriate use and disposal are essential to ensure that they are effective and to avoid any increase in transmission. The following information on the correct use of masks is derived from practices in health care settings. Place the mask carefully, ensuring it covers the mouth and nose, and tie it securely to minimize any gaps between the face and the mask. Avoid touching the mask while wearing it. Remove the mask using the appropriate technique: do not touch the front of the mask but untie it from behind. After removal or whenever a used mask is inadvertently touched, clean hands using an alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water if hands are visibly dirty. Replace masks as soon as they become damp with a new clean, dry mask. Do not re-use single-use masks. Discard single-use masks after each use and dispose of them immediately upon removal. Source: "Advice on the use of masks in the context of COVID-19" Interim Guidance, 6 April 2020, World Health Organisation Fabric Face Masks do not constitute medical PPE nor are they a replacement for normal precautionary hygienic measures such as handwashing, not touching one’s face, coughing or sneezing into a tissue or elbow and keeping a proper social distance of 1,5m from other people. The wearer should ensure the masks have been appropriately washed and disinfected before use. Clear instructions must be provided around the proper protocol for wearing masks, including at a minimum that wearers should avoid touching the mask during use and that when putting on or taking off the mask, one’s hands must have been cleansed after practising appropriate hand hygiene That re-usable masks or the components used within the masks may need to be replaced if they are damaged or worn out, or if they have exceeded any of their lifespans or use. Children should be supervised at all times when using a cloth mask, and they are not recommended for infants who may struggle to breathe with a mask or even choke if they put parts in their mouths. A guide must be supplied with a mask on how to wear and how to care for it. Fabric face masks are not to be used by Health Care Professionals working in a health care environment. Source: Republic of South Africa. Recommended Guidelines. Fabric Face Masks. Manufactured by South Africa’s Clothing and Textile Manufacturing Industry for General Public Use, 9 April 2020|