Non-medical face mask designed, printed (using a Direct-To-Garment digital printer), sewn and assembled by a tiny biz in southwest, Florida. Made from a double layer of 3 oz., flour sack material that’s 100% premium cotton and 130 thread count, which means it’s sturdy, soft, and breathable. Ear loops made of soft, 1/8″ elastic band, and there’s a sewn-in metal strip that you can adjust at the bridge of your nose (Note: we did some informal testing and learned these masks minimized fogging of glasses – BONUS!).
**This design is an excerpt of a painting titled “Barracuda!” by Brendan Coudal.
7 1/2″ wide X 3 1/2″ deep (flat/pleated); when worn, depth expands to about 6 1/4″.
Machine washable. Reusable. One size fits most.
Care & Wear Tips: Before using for the first time, wash in warm-hot soapy water (no bleach). For best results, after removing mask from washing machine, stretch/flatten it back to its original shape, and allow it to dry flat. If you use a machine dryer (no dryer sheet) you may also need to iron the mask, but we recommend using only a medium heat iron on the cotton fabric only, not the elastic material.
To minimize contamination, avoid touching main areas of mask with your hands. When ready to wear, lift/put on by the ear loops and remove via the ear loops, too. After being worn in a day, toss into a load of wash of similar colors. When dry, store in a sealed container to avoid contamination until next use.