To spread the coronavirus (COVD-19), the CDC advises people across the country to cover their faces with cloth masks made from household items. Instead of surgical masks and N-95 respirators it is recommended that the front line of the epidemic should be reserved for healthcare workers.
While CDC provides a video on how to cover your face in your own home, many find it easier than ever. Simply fitting a scarf on your nose and face with a scarf or bandana can prove difficult, and the last thing you want is to keep the touch of your face when you go out and adjust your face.
That’s why Dr. Dusty Richardson, Dr. Spencer Jug and Colton Jugget are ready to create a 3D throw mask that is CDC guidelines that are compliant, compliant, compliant and sanitized in use.
When you buy a 3D filtration mask kit you will find everything you need to make a mask at home that fits all your needs as well as the guidelines given by the CDC. The kit includes a MERV13 filter, which includes particles smaller than one micron in size, as well as an elastic headband, adjustable headband clip and a rubber nose piece for a snag fit. Additionally, you can easily clean the plastic body of your new mask with an isopropyl alcohol wipe.
On top of this, the 3D printed filtration mask kit is now for sale. Although it usually stands at. 29.99, you can get it today for only $ 21, or 29% off the normal price.