These reusable face mask kits put some whimsy into fighting viruses
It looks like we'll be feeling the effects of COVID-19 for the rest of 2020, and perhaps the next few years. Some cities have mandated the public use of face masks to prevent spreading the virus through asymptomatic carriers. And even if your hometown hasn't made it law, do you want to venture out sans face shield? It's comforting, though, to know there are coverings like this face mask kit that can help motivate us to wear this latest accessory.
A future where everyone wears a face mask in public like Bane from The Dark Knight Rises is a rather frightening thought. But to help contain the spread of COVID-19, it seems like a necessary one. So, like many others, I will don a mask when I’m outside my home, and so will my kids, post-lockdown. The masks we wear won’t be as creepy as Bane’s, but perhaps they won’t be similarly blackish-gray either. Something like these reusable face mask kits from GIR. I’m glad that companies are starting to think of ways to play with design as they create new lines of preventative coverings.
This protective gear features fun colors
The GIR Reusable Silicone Face Mask Kits are breathable face shields made from medical-grade, FDA, and LFGB-approved silicone. This material ensures that the shields are reusable. For instance, instead of throwing away your mask after every wear, you can put your GIR in the dishwasher, microwave (for 90 seconds), oven (5 minutes at 300o F), autoclave, or through a vigorous hand washing with soap and hot water. Best of all are the whimsical colors for both adults and children. Kids can select colors like watermelon burst, fruit punch, pineapple blast, and more. Both adult and kid versions of these reusable face mask kits come with five filters.
These reusable face mask kits might make living with COVID-19 a little less scary for adults and kids alike. Also, their easy-to-use, easy-to-clean design, and mood-boosting colors will help integrate this new get-up into our daily lives. Finally, this mask costs $15 and is available for pre-order on the company’s official website. So, how will you walk in public post-lockdown?