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There's also a 4-Ply option for $21.17 which may be the better deal as it's barely a dollar more. Works out as $0.067 per mask unless my math is worse than I thought.

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And as the price of 3-ply face mask get back to normal, I assume people should now buy based on quality and not quantity. Before Covid-19 started, when talk about 3-ply mask, people usually talk about deal for medical mask that mean US standard and not just any 3-ply mask.

Cheap mask usually didn't meet any standard. And probably their factory not certified by anyone. For no name brand, how do we know it made in clean and sanitize environment or make in some old factory space that used to make toys or other random made in China products that is not clean.

You get what you pay for by buying from random non-trusted brand for safety equipment that don't even know how clean the factory that produce this.
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Just looked at them and saw this:

"WARNING:
State of California Proposition 65: Warning. This product may contain one or more substances or chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer. www.p65warnings.ca.gov" [ca.gov"]

Sorry, but I think I need to pass, as I don't wish to be inhaling or being touched by carcinogens!

If that notice was not there, I'd snap-up some 4-ply in an instant!
(Unless someone can confirm that the warning only applies to the 3-ply ones, that is.)
Lol everything is California has that label.
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And as the price of 3-ply face mask get back to normal, I assume people should now buy based on quality and not quantity. Before Covid-19 started, when talk about 3-ply mask, people usually talk about deal for medical mask that mean US standard and not just any 3-ply mask.

Cheap mask usually didn't meet any standard. And probably their factory not certified by anyone. For no name brand, how do we know it made in clean and sanitize environment or make in some old factory space that used to make toys or other random made in China products that is not clean.

You get what you pay for by buying from random non-trusted brand for safety equipment that don't even know how clean the factory that produce this.
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And as the price of 3-ply face mask get back to normal, I assume people should now buy based on quality and not quantity. Before Covid-19 started, when talk about 3-ply mask, people usually talk about deal for medical mask that mean US standard and not just any 3-ply mask.

Cheap mask usually didn't meet any standard. And probably their factory not certified by anyone. For no name brand, how do we know it made in clean and sanitize environment or make in some old factory space that used to make toys or other random made in China products that is not clean.

You get what you pay for by buying from random non-trusted brand for safety equipment that don't even know how clean the factory that produce this.
shorter answer:
you will not find medical mask any time soon.

​longer answer:
China has strict export control for medical grade equipment. To export medical mask to U.S., the mask must meet both Chinese and U.S. medical mask standard, and factory need to apply for export permit, and it need to prove it is for medical purpose rather than for general public. But if manufacture print "NOT FOR MEDICAL USE" on the box, there is no limit for export.

why does China has this rule?
Each country has their own standard of medical grade masks, such as U.S. N95, Chinese KN95, EU FFP2 etc.
At the beginning of this pandemic, there is a global shortage of masks. There are many brokers buy Chinese standard medical mask, or even non medical masks, and sell them to other governments. Then when other governments received the mask and find they are in different standard, they would start a propaganda of Chinese fake mask. One example is two Finnish agents sell $11m masks to Finland but they are unsuitable for hospital use and result in resignation of Finland's emergency supply agency head.
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Lol everything is California has that label.
True story. I live in California and I'm surprised they don't have a law requiring us to put a filter up out butts so our farts come out smelling like roses so we're not polluting the air.
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Lol everything is California has that label.
True.
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The price is about right. I paid $30 for 500 pieces before the pandemic starts.
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True story. I live in California and I'm surprised they don't have a law requiring us to put a filter up out butts so our farts come out smelling like roses so we're not polluting the air.
That is actually a product that may sell.
There are breath fresheners, deodorants, cologne, hair shampoo and others to mask our human smell.
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No, not really... Only things proven to cause cancer do.

While I don't mind if it's, say, something inside a TV set, I do mind it in food or anything touching me or that I breathe through!
its on coffee...

https://www.businessinsider.com/c...fee-2018-4
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No, not really... Only things proven to cause cancer do.

While I don't mind if it's, say, something inside a TV set, I do mind it in food or anything touching me or that I breathe through!
This is just blatantly incorrect. There's a lot of layers to this but if you just read the website you linked above, you'll find your statement to be false. In fact, this being specifically required in California, if you are not living in California, you most likely ingested a product that required this label in California but did not need the warning in your state.

A lot of these labels are only on items because of the fear of being sued as you can just put this warning up even if you don't have to. Prop 65 has been critized as a tool lawyers have been exploiting to extract settlements rather than do any environmental good.

Although at it's core, it has done good, it has become something that most people ignore now with little to no ill effect.

"The requirements apply to amounts above what would present a 1-in-100,000 risk of cancer assuming lifetime exposure (for carcinogens)"

This minimum requirement represents the chance of getting cancer after a lifetime of exposure at .001%. Obviously could be more but you can see the requirement is super low. Let's be honest, we take an exponentially larger risk by getting in our cars. There's varying takes on what belongs on the prop 65 lists when it comes to what "causes cancer" should be defined as.

I don't mean to be rude but please do your research. This is how misinformation is spread, especially when fear is involved.
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you will not find medical mask any time soon.

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Disagree,made in america medical/surgical grade masks have been available for months (https://www.armbrustusa.com/). Yes, they are 10 times more than the one in the post, but at least they are ASTM II certified.
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