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3M Advanced Particulate Filter 2297, P100, with Nuisance Level Organic Vapor Relief

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Weird, they must have let this one slip by. Most of the other respirators and filters are saying "Prioritized for hospitals and government agencies," even though the kind of respirator that uses this filter isn't very good in a hospital setting.
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Good deal. Picked up a extra set. P100 actually filter more than the n95 masks. However the hosptials do not want to use re-usable masks. They want to trash the n95 after each use, so they can issue a new one. If these filters were used in hospitals they would have the issue of having to disinfect the reusable portion of the mask after each use, something that is not easily done.
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Good deal. Picked up a extra set. P100 actually filter more than the n95 masks. However the hosptials do not want to use re-usable masks. They want to trash the n95 after each use, so they can issue a new one. If these filters were used in hospitals they would have the issue of having to disinfect the reusable portion of the mask after each use, something that is not easily done.
I think the bigger problem is that the respirators this fits all have an exhalation exhaust port. So you're not protecting anybody but yourself by wearing it.

Still, if respirators are made unavailable to welders and painters (who are still considered essential workers to my local government), you'll have a lot of sick welders and painters competing for ventilators at the hospitals.
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I think the bigger problem is that the respirators this fits all have an exhalation exhaust port. So you're not protecting anybody but yourself by wearing it.
This. You exhale straight out the valve with no filtration of your breath. Ideally, for a viral infection like COVID, a mask will protect the wearer from other infected people and protect others from an infected wearer.
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Good deal. Picked up a extra set. P100 actually filter more than the n95 masks. However the hosptials do not want to use re-usable masks. They want to trash the n95 after each use, so they can issue a new one. If these filters were used in hospitals they would have the issue of having to disinfect the reusable portion of the mask after each use, something that is not easily done.

They're actually sterlilyzing N95s for re-use now. I think it's 160 degrees for 30-45 minutes in a regular oven which doesn't destroy the protective static charge. They're also trying H2O2 vapor sterilization.

https://www.sages.org/n-95-re-use-instructions/
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They're actually sterlilyzing N95s for re-use now. I think it's 160 degrees for 30-45 minutes in a regular oven which doesn't destroy the protective static charge. They're also trying H2O2 valor sterilization.

https://www.sages.org/n-95-re-use-instructions/
Best bet is to rotate a set of 5 masks. I've got three to rotate for grocery runs
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This. You exhale straight out the valve with no filtration of your breath. Ideally, for a viral infection like COVID, a mask will protect the wearer from other infected people and protect others from an infected wearer.
that's true, but someone wearing this is less likely to get sick in the first place, meaning it's still better to wear this than not
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Best bet is to rotate a set of 5 masks. I've got three to rotate for grocery runs
This the best solution. All other sterilization methods reduce efficacy.

I only went out once in the last 3 weeks, but situation has gotten a lot worse since. Amazon fresh has been such a disappointment. Nothing is in stock and some items are weeks out.

Have any of you had luck with any other grocery delivery services?
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Best bet is to rotate a set of 5 masks. I've got three to rotate for grocery runs
Did you get any weird looks or comments for using an N95 mask while not doing something medically related? I'm tempted to use the personal ones I've had for painting/sanding that I bought a few years ago but am wondering how people may react.
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Did you get any weird looks or comments for using an N95 mask while not doing something medically related? I'm tempted to use the personal ones I've had for painting/sanding that I bought a few years ago but am wondering how people may react.
Who cares... It's your lungs that will get scarred by Covid... use them.
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Did you get any weird looks or comments for using an N95 mask while not doing something medically related? I'm tempted to use the personal ones I've had for painting/sanding that I bought a few years ago but am wondering how people may react.
Yeah dude what the hell. Who cares.
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Did you get any weird looks or comments for using an N95 mask while not doing something medically related? I'm tempted to use the personal ones I've had for painting/sanding that I bought a few years ago but am wondering how people may react.
I had one lady mention something along the lines of those mask should be for Doctors or RN's while I was shopping at Target. I just laughed it off and smiled underneath my mask. Could have showed her my NBRC RRT card but ehh wasn't worth the time.

I was wearing a 3M N95 that construction workers use. I bought a 10 pack back when they were easily available at Home Depot in preparation.
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This the best solution. All other sterilization methods reduce efficacy.

I only went out once in the last 3 weeks, but situation has gotten a lot worse since. Amazon fresh has been such a disappointment. Nothing is in stock and some items are weeks out.

Have any of you had luck with any other grocery delivery services?
I've had the best luck with using a variety of them (shipt, instacart, walmart, Amazon fresh, whole foods). I've gotten some weird substitutions when I leave it up to the service, and communicating with the shopper just slows the process way down, so I've stopped allowing substitutions.
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This the best solution. All other sterilization methods reduce efficacy.

I only went out once in the last 3 weeks, but situation has gotten a lot worse since. Amazon fresh has been such a disappointment. Nothing is in stock and some items are weeks out.

Have any of you had luck with any other grocery delivery services?
Instacart sometimes works. It's one of those things you gotta check all the time and hope a time pops up. Now it's usually a week and a half out though. Mercato app also. I know some people who order a bunch of pizza pies from open places and just freeze the slices to use over time. It actually works and tastes the exact same even weeks later
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