FAQ

  1. Put your mask on as you normally wear it.
  2. If this is the first time you are putting it on, the ear loops on your mask cover should be loose.
  3. Place the cover on over your mask.  The side with the larger curve is the nose.
  4. Slide the cover up so that it just barely covers the top of your mask.
  5. Tighten the ear loops so they are comfortable.  The cover should NOT be tight.
  6. If a little bit of mask is exposed under your chin it is ok.
  1. Put your mask on as you normally wear it.
  2. If this is the first time you are putting it on, the head straps on your mask cover should be loose.
  3. Hold the cover in front of your face with one hand.  The side with the larger curve is the nose.
  4. Lift the 2 straps over your head.  One stays high on your head (above your ears) and the other goes low on your head (below your ears)
  5. Slide the cover up so that it just barely covers the top of your mask.
  6. Tighten the head straps so they are comfortable.  The cover should NOT be tight.
  7. If a little bit of mask is exposed under your chin it is ok.
You can use:
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Soap & Water
  • Dish Detergent
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Or any general cleanser that doesn’t damage nylon

Yes.  You can wash it by hand or you can put it in the washing machine.

Nylon dries quickly – it’s best to hang it up to dry, but you can put it in the dryer on low heat.

After Covid-19 most people will probably keep a few masks in their medicine cabinet for future emergencies.  Keep your mask cover in with your masks – it doesn’t have an expiration date.  Remember to clean it before storing.

Your mask cover is durable and should last you through many masks.  Like any material it will wear over time, depending on how it is cared for.  Replace it if it gets punctured, torn, or otherwise unable to protect your mask.  A new mask cover is not very expensive compared to what you are worth!