How to Wash a Reusable Face Mask: A Step by Step Guide
In a recent study, two-thirds of Brits said they do not wash their face coverings. Washing and sanitising your face masks is essential in order to keep them clean and prevent covid-19 cross-contamination.
With this step by step guide, you can learn how to wash your reusable face masks properly. From washing them by hand to putting them in the washer, you'll have a clean mask in no time.
Now, are you ready to get started? Here's an in-depth look at face mask sanitation:
How To Wash Your Face Covering
In the Washer
If your face mask doesn't contain a valve, one of the easiest ways to sanitise it is by simply throwing it in the washer. You can even put it in with a load of your clothes or other household items.
You don't have to use special detergent or cleaning solutions. All you have to do is use your regular detergent and follow the fabric label's appropriate washing settings. It's as easy as 1,2,3!
To wash your face mask by hand, you can easily do so in a sink. First, turn on the hot water and let your face covering soak for about three to five minutes.
Then add a few small drops of anti-bacterial soap to your face mask. It will help to kill any bad bacteria that are on the mask.
You'll want to use the mask to scrub itself. When scrubbing, make sure to scrub each part of the face-covering, including the bands. Allow the mask to soak in the soap for a few minutes, then rinse it off with cool water until no soap remains.
How To Dry Your Mask
Simply hang your face-covering in direct sunlight, anywhere in your home or lay it down and wait until it dries. It may take some time for the face mask to fully dry; thus, it's best if you have other masks to wear for the time being.
If you don't, try one of our Supa Masks today. There are proven to kill 98% of bacteria, germs, and pollutants. It even has five protection layers including, an antibacterial and an antimicrobial outer layer. It also has a fitted 2-way valve that allows for easy breathing and quick distribution of particles.
All masks are reusable and washable. In fact, you don’t have to worry about a loose fit with these masks. They have adjustable ear and nose straps that provide you with a snug fit.
They also come in a variety of colours and patterns you'll certainly love. Make sure you pick one up today!
How To Quickly Sanitise Your Face Mask
If you have a long day ahead of you and need to quickly sanitise your face mask, we got you covered: just use a fabric sanitiser. It will sanitise your mask and kill 99.9% of bacteria. That way, if you forgot to wash your mask, you no longer have to worry; just spray a little on your mask, and you're good to go.
Wash Your Reusable Face Mask Today
It's imperative that you sanitise your face mask after each use. You can wash it by hand or put it in the washer. However, it's crucial that you sanitise it in order to prevent cross-contamination.
If you need to purchase another face-covering, check out our line of amazing reusable face masks. Stay safe!
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