Cotton Protective Mask

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Update 4/16/2020: Masks are starting to ship to customers. The vendor is shipped masks from California to New Jersey in quantities of 1,000.  Masks are being shipped in the order in which they were received.  


Update 4/7/2020: Today we were advised by the manufacturer that there was a disruption in manufacturing. The date that masks will be shipped is now 4/13. Masks are being shipped from California to New Jersey, so we will be expecting them on 4/17 (estimated). Once received we will immediately be shipping orders. Note that orders will be filled in the order that they were received. There is a tremendous demand for these masks so some orders may take 1-3 weeks (estimated).

NOTE: Partial shipment from our manufacturer is expected to be received this week (the week of April 6). Once received these will immediately ship. Note that orders will be filled in the order that they were received. There is a tremendous demand for these masks so some orders may take 1-3 weeks (estimated).


Some doctors have recommended that people start wearing masks not because the mask will necessarily prevent you from getting COVID-19, but it will promote not touching your face. Hand contact to the face is said to be the largest contributing factor in the spread of sickness. (See related articles below)

All Hands Fire has teamed up with another a small business to provide cotton Protective Masks. Together with a U.S. T-Shirt company using 100% USA Cotton, we are offering Protective Masks that help to limit exposure and reduces transmission of airborne particles.

Basic specification:
  • 2 layer mask with a filtered pocket
  • Double layer of cotton material. 71% material effectiveness against 1 micron particles (Material testing from Cambridge University)
  • A 3rd layer filter pocket
  • Silicone Coating that limits liquid absorption
  • Includes an Anti-Microbial treatment (adds more effectiveness)
  • Washable and reusable

Antimicrobial Treatment: Inhibits the growth of unpleasant odors and controls bacterial growth.

The masks are individually packaged and are available in quantities of 50, 100, 500, 1,000. 
 
For larger orders, please contact Sales@AllHandsFire.com 

Note: These are not fully surgical / medical grade and not N95. 


About Wearing Masks:
Some doctors have been recommended that people start wearing masks not because the mask will necessarily prevent you from getting COVID-19, but it will promote not touching your face. Hand contact to the face is said to be the largest contributing factor in the spread of sickness.

If you can successfully block access to your nose, throat, and eyes, you will avoid infection by the coronavirus, flu, and any of several hundred other respiratory viruses.
By Shan Soe-Lin and Robert Hecht - Updated March 19, 2020, 9:08 a.m. --- Read More

Masks are the best way to enforce the “do not touch your face” mantra we are hearing about for COVID-19. The coronavirus, like all respiratory viruses, needs to enter mucous membranes in the nose, throat, and eyes to cause infection. If you can successfully block access to these critical entry points, you will avoid infection by the coronavirus, flu, and any of several hundred other respiratory viruses. Unfortunately, we humans are relatively unique among mammals in that we continuously touch our eyes, noses, and mouths for seemingly no reason every 2.5 minutes. This behavior is hard-wired and starts in utero. Let’s get real — we’re not going to be able to instantly stop doing something we’ve been doing our whole lives. So what’s the answer? Cover your face with a mask. This will deny you access to your own face and make you conscious of how often you are tempted to touch your nose and mouth. A nonmedical mask will not protect you from a direct cough or sneeze from an infected person, but if you’re practicing good social distancing, any type of face covering is great protection from your biggest threat: your own hands.

Keeping the Coronavirus from Infecting Health-Care Workers
What Singapore’s and Hong Kong’s success is teaching us about the pandemic.
By Atul Gawand - March 21, 2020 --- Read More


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