Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM
Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM

Non-Medical Fabric Masks | Size MEDIUM

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Masks are limited to TWO per customer per day. Orders of more than 2 masks will be cancelled and refunded. Please don't buy more than you need! 

For the best fitting mask, measure yourself before ordering! Our masks should reach from the bridge of your nose to the underside of your chin. The size Medium masks are roughly 5.5" down the center line and 7.75-8" across, not including the ties. Medium masks are our most popular size, and will generally fit most teens and adults.

All masks are made with cotton outer fabric and lining. Ties are made from cotton knit and can be cut to suit your needs. Lining color varies, ties are generally white. These masks are made to fit snugly against the face, and can be tucked under the bottom edge of eyeglasses. They can be safely laundered after use and reworn. 

These masks are not meant as a substitute for medical grade personal protective equipment. They are meant to help reduce the spread of particles from coughing, sneezing, or talking. They can also serve as a physical reminder not to touch your face.  They can also be used to prolong the life of PPE like N95 masks. Wearing a mask should be a complement to other protective measures (such as hand washing, social distancing, and disinfecting surfaces), not as a substitute for them. 

By the time the mask(s) reach you, they will have been encased in plastic zip-lock bags for over three days (the current maximum time the virus is believed to live on surfaces). However, we still recommend you wash your mask(s) before wearing them.

For more information on wearing masks safely and effectively, please visit the CDC's page, here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html