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Do not reverse mask while using in public

Mask is reversible between washes

Mask Protection Tips

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Mask Protection Tips

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Disclaimer

Please note that our face masks are not a replacement for medical-grade personal protective equipment and should not be used in situations where medical grade equipment is required.

 

Please keep in mind that using a face mask is not intended to be a replacement for other recommended measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, such as washing your hands often, refraining from touching your face, and social distancing. Please follow the latest advice from the CDC and the guidance of your health care professionals to best keep yourself safe.

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Our Community, Our Responsibility

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Masks

Features

Over-Ear Elastic Face Mask
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How to Wash Your Mask

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How to Wash Your Mask

Hand or machine wash. Air dry only.

  • If washing by hand, use mild soap and warm water.

  • If using a washing machine, wash in cold or warm water. Use a mesh garment bag if you have one.

  • Shake and stretch out the clean mask. Allow to air dry in a clean area.

  • Store your clean mask in a clean, zippered plastic bag, marked “CLEAN”.

  • Carry an extra plastic bag, marked “DIRTY”. Use this bag to contain and transport your used masked prior to washing.

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How to Adjust Your Mask at Home

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How to Adjust Your Mask at Home

Need to adjust your mask for a better fit? No problem!

  1. The nose wire can be molded to fit your nose and upper cheeks to stay secure.

  2. If the elastic bands are too large, you can create a fold to shorten them.

    • While wearing the mask, pinch the band below the ear, tightening it to the desired fit.

    • Fold the pinched band toward the center of the mask.

    • Place a small piece of tape to temporarily secure.

    • Take the mask and secure the fold. There are several quick and easy ways:

      • Hand stitch with thread and needle

      • Use a small safety pin

      • Stitch with a sewing machine

      • If the extra amount is significant, tie a small knot

  3. If you are experiencing gaps at the bottom or on the sides, you can tack a small fold.

    • While wearing the mask, pinch the gap, and fold up.

    • Flatten to the mask and place a small piece of tape to temporarily secure.

    • Take off the mask and secure the fold. There are several quick and easy ways:

      • Hand stitch with thread and needle

      • Use a small safety pin

      • Use fabric glue

      • Stitch with a sewing machine

  4. Are the elastic bands too small? Unfortunately, we don't have any easy suggestions. They will stretch out with regular use over time. If it's too uncomfortable, please give the mask to someone who needs one!

For Those We Serve

When the coronavirus pandemic first began, we immediately bought sewing equipment and hired a few sewists. We worked for weeks testing mask designs and chasing down fabrics. Quite honestly, we didn't know what we were doing, but we knew we had to help.

The shortage of PPE would impact the communities we work in most. As economic production was scaled back and businesses were forced to close, we produced thousands of masks and started making deliveries to the communities around us. We strengthened existing relationships and built new ones, forming lasting partnerships. At the end of the day, the energy efficiency industry is based on two main parts - people and responsibility. During times like these, it is especially important to give back and help those that have invested in us.

We still produce masks and if you would like to order or request some, you can do so by clicking here.