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  • Utopia Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country
  • Utopia Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country
  • Utopia Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country
  • Utopia Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country

Utopia Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country

$19.95
Incl. tax

These face masks will keep you in fashion, even in Covid times. Featuring a full front print with black adjustable elastic chords for a 'one size fits all'.

(Delivery timeframe:Standard - Australia 7 - 14 business days)

Face Mask - Delvine Petyarre - My Country

These face masks will keep you in fashion, even in Covid times. Featuring a full front print with black adjustable elastic chords for a 'one size fits all'. Pre-packaged in a full print pouch with handy clip. Each mask pouch comes with the artist's name and title of the artwork design.

Each face mask provides 4 layers for protection and comes with a PM2.5 filter already inserted.

Measurements: Mask: 12cm (height) x 18cm (width) x .5cm (depth). Pouch: 9.5cm (height) x 7cm (width) x 2cm (depth).

Material: Outer Lining: Polyester.
Inner Layer: non-woven fabric.
Inner Lining: 100% Cotton.
Filter: 100% Cotton.
Included Filter: Melt-blown Fabric/Non-woven fabric/Bamboo Charcoal layer.
Care: Face Mask: Machine washable on gentle cycle.
Filter: Remove and dispose in accordance with local garbage disposal guidelines.

 

PM2.5 Filter - What are they and why are they needed?

A PM2.5 filter is a disposable insert that is replaced regularly and improves a face mask's filtration effectiveness by filtering out microscopic particles that ordinary cotton and polyester masks can't block on their own.

A good quality filter has a 5 layer combination of non-woven fabric, melt-blown fabric and an activated carbon layer. These filters work by creating an electrostatic barrier to capture and block the microscopic particles in the air.

Although there is no hard and fast rules on how often to replace a PM2.5 filter a rough guide is every 16-24 hours. Less if using in dusty or other heavily polluted environments.

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