Comfortable and Lightweight
The Children's Face Mask is made from a single layer
polyester/Spandex blend - making it breathable, windproof and
skin-friendly. Stretchy earloops sit nicely behind the ear meaning that
the mask can be worn for longer periods without irritation.
Unlike other disposable masks, this mask can be laundered on a cool
hand wash and be re-used time and time again - making it more economical
and environmentally friendly.
Ideal for outdoor use
Made of high-density polyester cotton, the mask can isolate dust,
germs, allergens, smoke, pollution, ash etc. A necessity for outdoor,
travel and public places.
- Single 2mm Layer 95% Polyester/5% Spandex fully washable mask
- Reduces the risk of inhaling toxins and harmful substances in the air
- One size (suitable for 6-12 Yrs)
- These masks are completely washable so can be reused.
Which filters are required?
This Mask is NOT suitable for use with any filter.
How long / how many washes will the (washable) mask last?
This depends on individual usage but the mask should last for many
weeks with continued laundering, however please discard if mask material
appears damaged at any point.
Does this face mask protect me and others against the Coronavirus?
These masks are not certified for medical use and are not proven to
stop the spread of the Coronavirus or other viruses.
What are the washing instructions for the mask?
Wash mask on a cool hand wash only, ensuring the mask is completely
dry before re-using.
What size are the masks?
These masks are designed for children between 6 and 12 years of age.
Where were these masks made?
The masks were manufactured in China.
In the Box
1 x Washable Re-Usable Children's Face Mask - Pink
*Please note that these masks are designed as face coverings. As
with all non-medical face coverings, they are not certified for medical
use and are not proven to stop the spread of coronavirus or any other
viruses. It is recommended by many governments and agencies that face
coverings should be worn when in public, but please check with your local
authority for the latest guidelines in your region. Stay safe.