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Thanks to you, we've donated over 11,000 masks to a wide variety of recipients including nursing homes, homeless outreach, healthcare, tribal nations, grocery store workers, animal shelters, community volunteers and agricultural workers.
Tom is currently self-isolating at home. He continues to design masks and bags in his garage workshop. Here's a quick video he made that shares some tips you may or may not already know on making masks faster:
Warnings and Instructions For Use
If you need copies of the Warnings and Instructions For Use to distribute with masks that you are providing to others, please download this PDF and print additional copies on your home printer.
These guidelines are based on this FDA document; the guidelines may be subject to change. Please refer to the FDA website for the most up-to-date information.
Enclosed Face Masks are NOT Intended to Provide Liquid Barrier Protection
This mask is not a surgical device or a respirator and should not be used as a substitute for either of these devices.
Not for use in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, may be expected.
Not for use in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high.
Not for use in the presence of high intensity heat source or flammable gas.
65% Polyester/35% Cotton Note: These masks are not made of medical grade material
For adult use only. Machine wash (hot) and machine dry (high heat) these masks prior to first wear. Wash routinely depending on the frequency of use. Do not microwave. Do not put in the oven.
Use of this mask is intended to be an addition to and not in substitution of all other measures recommended for the prevention of communicable diseases.
If unsure, consult your personal physician before wearing.
When washed and dried, secure the clean mask to your face to cover both your nose and mouth.
WARNING: Gaps between the mask and your face, or a loose fitting mask, will reduce the effectiveness of the mask. Once secured, refrain from touching the mask and your face in order to adjust its fit. Any hand contact with your face, or the mask itself once donned, can increase your risk of contracting or communicating an infectious disease.
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