The INSPQ specifies that surgical masks can serve as barriers to infected droplets that have a diameter of more than 5 microns. Surgical masks resist body fluids, microorganisms and particles. The rapid spread of the coronavirus is prompting Canadians to purchase masks of all types. However, not all masks are the same, and their use is different for everyone. Our masks have obtained FDA certification.
Effective blocking against inhalation of bacteria and viruses.
HOW TO USE A MASK
- Before putting on a mask, wash your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution or with soap and water.
- Apply the mask to cover the nose (by adapting the metal noseband) and cover the mouth. Make sure to adjust it as well as possible on your face.
- When wearing a mask, avoid touching it; each time you touch a used mask, wash your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution or with soap and water.
- When it gets wet, replace it with a new mask and do not reuse single-use masks.
- To remove the mask: remove it from behind (do not touch the front of the mask); immediately dispose of it in a closed bin; wash your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution or with soap and water.
- They must be changed at least every 4 hours.
Pack of 10 or 50 masks