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Great quality masks
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These masks don't look like they'd be effective. They don't list the material used. It looks like some sort of nylon/spandex which is fine for fashion but not for health. Source:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-72798-7​ [nature.com]

There are much better alternative available. Here's a few good sources for respirators:For surgical masks (the real ones at least) it's difficult to find a reliable vendor that sells to the general public.
  • Manufacturers such as Halyard (Kimberly Clark) and Cardinal are well known.
  • Insist on ASTM certification [astm.org]. Here's a good explanation [crosstex.com]. (The quality of this brand is unknown, but the info is good).
  • At the very least, the mask should have a "meltblown" layer (not just "non-woven").
  • These Level 2 masks look good, though I haven't tried them myself. Made in the US too: Armbrust [armbrustusa.com]
TLDR: these don't look very effective.
N95 > KN94 or KF95 on FDA list [fda.gov] > real ASTM [astm.org] surgical mask > everything else (better than nothing)

edit: update links
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These masks don't look like they'd be effective. They don't list the material used. It looks like some sort of nylon/spandex which is fine for fashion but not for health. Source:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-72798-7​ [nature.com]

There are much better alternative available. Here's a few good sources for respirators:For surgical masks (the real ones at least) it's difficult to find a reliable vendor that sells to the general public.
  • Manufacturers such as Halyard (Kimberly Clark) and Cardinal are well known.
  • Insist on ASTM certification [astm.org]. Here's a good explanation [crosstex.com]. (The quality of this brand is unknown, but the info is good).
  • At the very least, the mask should have a "meltblown" layer (not just "non-woven").
  • These Level 2 masks look good, though I haven't tried them myself. Made in the US too: Armbrust [armbrustusa.com]
TLDR: these don't look very effective.
N95 > KN94 or KF95 on FDA list [fda.gov] > real ASTM [astm.org] surgical mask > everything else (better than nothing)
Thanks for the writeup. Based on the number of these cloth masks I see out in the general public, more people need to see this.
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They look way too small
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11-28-2020 at 07:24 AM
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Fashion accessory only, won't stop the China meat virus.
OoOoO... hOw eDgY — sO fUnNy
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ok, boomer

ahh.. Alittle boomer envy?
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These masks don't look like they'd be effective. They don't list the material used. It looks like some sort of nylon/spandex which is fine for fashion but not for health. Source:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-72798-7​ [nature.com]

There are much better alternative available. Here's a few good sources for respirators:For surgical masks (the real ones at least) it's difficult to find a reliable vendor that sells to the general public.
  • Manufacturers such as Halyard (Kimberly Clark) and Cardinal are well known.
  • Insist on ASTM certification [astm.org]. Here's a good explanation [crosstex.com]. (The quality of this brand is unknown, but the info is good).
  • At the very least, the mask should have a "meltblown" layer (not just "non-woven").
  • These Level 2 masks look good, though I haven't tried them myself. Made in the US too: Armbrust [armbrustusa.com]
TLDR: these don't look very effective.
N95 > KN94 or KF95 on FDA list [fda.gov] > real ASTM [astm.org] surgical mask > everything else (better than nothing)
May I know how we can reuse these N95 masks ? After grocery stores trips and doctor"s visit. Thanks
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I've purchased a few of these one at a time at gas stations for $5 each.. Yes they are cute and definitely in the "better than nothing " range.. But still nice
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Do these work as well as the more expensive Placebos?
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What's the use of actual science if I have very strong opinions to guide me?
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Fashion accessory only, won't stop the China meat virus.
Idiot
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