Soft on your skin and friendly to humans and the planet, the MountMask reusable eco tri-blend face mask is light, breathable, soft and comfortable, all while playing its role of keeping you as germ free as possible. You can feel comfortable knowing that our fabric is made up of a unique blend built from 50% Repreve® polyester made from recycled plastic; 25% organic cotton, US grown w/o chemicals; and 25% Modal which has antimicrobial properties. Each mask consists of an average of one recycled water bottle, so not only are you taking care of yourself and those around you, but you’re also taking care of our planet.
Fits over N95 as a cover! The MountMask also fits over the top of N95 disposable mask allowing it to last longer due to the washable protective layer on top.
One Size fits most
Three layer tri-blend material
Made in the Long Island, NY / Printed in Asheville, NC
Knit: 30/Singles Combed Ringspun Blend
HOW TO USE
Wash hands before putting on a mask.
Cover mouth and nose with a mask.
Make sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask. To remove the mask, remove it from behind and avoid touching the front of the mask. *Made in the USA in a government approved facility. *No Returns or Exchanges Allowed*
The Sunbeam General Store makes no medical claims with regard to the usage of our masks and face covers, and the decision to use them is solely your own. Please understand that our products do not filter viruses are not a replacement for medical grade Personal Protective Equipment (such as n-95 masks), and in circumstances where medical grade Personal Protective Equipment is recommended, you should consult a healthcare professional.
Our masks and face covers, which can go over n-95 masks, do help to prevent exposure to the virus by decreasing your ability to touch your face. It is important to remember that use of our products are not intended to replace other recommended measures to stop the community spread of COVID-19 (such as social distancing, washing your hands and refraining from touching your face).
For information about the effectiveness, use, and care of use of face masks, follow the latest advice of the CDC found at: (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html.
Additionally, these masks should not be used as protection against silica, asbestos or other harmful substances.