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Grainger has select Disposable Particulate Respirator Face Masks available for purchase. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping charges apply and will vary by order. Thanks bigballerdyl

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Grainger has several N95 and P95 and other disposable respirators available to purchase. Most are back ordered a week or 2. Not a deal price but considering how difficult these are to find currently I thought some would be interested.

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I've seen a lot of people online saying that N95 masks should only be for health care staff, and bashing on those who wear them out in public to shop etc. I have to disagree with that logic, because any regular person who is able to find and buy an N95 mask can use it to hopefully prevent themselves from becoming hospitalized from the virus, which should theoretically reduce the burden on health care staff.

I got a couple of 2-packs of 3M N95 masks back in February before they were all sold out, at the local hardware store. $6 per 2-pack, $12 total. Been using them each time I go shop for groceries, about once a week or less, leaving it on the dashboard of my car in a ziploc bag to let the sun kill any germs over a few days' time. So far nobody has said a word to me about wearing my mask in public, but I would keep doing so even if they were rude to me about it. My health and my family's health is far more important than strangers' opinions.
Politics don't have a damn thing to do with viruses.

Viruses can kill.

Tell you what, go volunteer at a hospital in New York.

- My sister in law, a nurse in FL did just that, and even before she passed away after 3 1/2 weeks there, she said she wouldn't hesitate to do it again.

Not everything is about politics. Being alive, protecting yourself, and your family "out of the abundance of caution" is common sense.

Go troll somewhere else.
If you haven't been fit tested for an N95, there's little way to know if it's much more effective for you specifically. I have tested hundreds of people for them and still can't tell what's going to fit well until the person puts the mask on and we test it. Yes they filter better, but if there are gaps, what's the point?

Beyond that it's not just a matter of the function of the mask. In every day activity, without prolonged contact or exposure (like is healthcare workers have), a N95 is overkill.

I'm a frontline healthcare worker, I have access to n95s and have at risk people in my family- yet I only wear a surgical mask when I'm out because the n95 is not going to make that much of a difference, it would be a waste of my resources. If you were exposed to the degree where an n95 would make a difference, lack of a full face shield would put you at risk as well.

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When I click the link, I get, "Whoops, we couldn't find that." Searched the website and get "The item(s) were not added to your cart because they are currently unavailable."

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try Grainger.com and search for n95 respirators and then they have a link for what is currently available.
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is it FDA approved?
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is it FDA approved?
these are legit. we order them at my work. They are out of the 3m that we normally buy but have a few options
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is it FDA approved?
Grainger is a reputable industrial supplier. This is the only respirator post on SD in months that is even worth considering amongst a myriad of KN95 crap. Note that 3M and Dynarex healthcare units are not available.

The 3M, Dynarex and Moldex Healthcare units are CDC approved; the others are not and are intended for industry but suitable for public use.
Only S and XS Moldex are available.

Link to available units: https://www.grainger.com/category...r_Purchase
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Grainger is a reputable industrial supplier. This is the only post on SD in months that is even worth considering. Note that 3M healthcare units are not available.

The 3M and Moldex Healthcare units are CDC approved; the others are not and are intended for industry but suitable for public use.
Only S and XS Moldex are available.
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Oh only small and xsmall
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This is US company. Ship from US. The price is US price.
I bought one.
P.S A lot of FP are SD promote items and not FDA, Not for Medical Use. I don't think Grainger paid SD to promote their site.
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This is US company. Ship from US. The price is US price.
I bought one.
P.S A lot of FP are SD promote items and not FDA, Not for Medical Use. I don't think Grainger paid SD to promote their site.
They don't need to. Consumer sales are not at all their main business.
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Which ones are people buying? The links are not working.
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