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HDX N95 Respirator Masks M/L (10-Pack)-H950 - $17.97 - $17.97

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With mask recommendations changing, this is a great time to get an N95 mask for a little over a buck each. Reviews seem solid (132 reviews on HD site).

$17.97 plus tax with Free in store pickup. Many areas may not have ship to store or ship to home option available so check you local stores for inventory.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-N.../315303672
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At this point, a mask that isn't counterfeit is a good thing. This isn't all that much more at $1.79 each than in 2019
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It sounds like we are going to need masks again. Time to load up.
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Or just reasonably buy what u need and reuse.
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Reasonable price for good mask. Perfect for lung protection against fine dust from wood sanding etc.
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If using this for the virus, don't N95 need to be fitted while KN95 don't need to be? Thanks for anyone who can clear this up.
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I've tried these and they are cheap/uncomfortable. You can get a box of 3M masks at Home Depot that are much higher quality for not much more.
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If using this for the virus, don't N95 need to be fitted while KN95 don't need to be? Thanks for anyone who can clear this up.
Preferably all masks should be fit tested at if you expect them to be very efficacious. The kn95 is just a different (not American) standard. That being said if prefer a papr>elastomeric respirator>n95>kn>surgical mask>cloth masks. There are cloth masks that have some validation testing but you have to go out and find them. 3m has a nice chart showing difference in efficacy. My opinion is not medical advice but I am a intensive care physician (with a distant history as a chemical engineer). I wear a minimum of a surgical mask indoors (and have been fully vaccinated since January).

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Also duh
https://www.kiro7.com/news/trending/former-fda-commissioner-n95-kn95-masks-are-best-delta-variant/LY6BDEKMZ5DYVPHDJQ5KG6AKMU/?fbclid=IwAR30duVNbjyCCp9abzSJW_5H04lF_kv9VUQLUDZqfnczVWsH9iSbu2b5gyY
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This seems to be the regular price. AKA, not slick
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Quote from Jejunum :
Preferably all masks should be fit tested at if you expect them to be very efficacious. The kn95 is just a different (not American) standard. That being said if prefer a papr>elastomeric respirator>n95>kn>surgical mask>cloth masks. There are cloth masks that have some validation testing but you have to go out and find them. 3m has a nice chart showing difference in efficacy. My opinion is not medical advice but I am a intensive care physician (with a distant history as a chemical engineer). I wear a minimum of a surgical mask indoors (and have been fully vaccinated since January).

Edited for papr not paper

Also duh
https://www.kiro7.com/news/trendi...iSbu2b5gyY
Thanks so much for this info. Didn't know KN95 needs to be fit tested. I don't really have access to a way to get tested but will make sure as best possible if these have leaks on my face.
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If using this for the virus, don't N95 need to be fitted while KN95 don't need to be? Thanks for anyone who can clear this up.
all mask need to be fitted.
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Thanks so much for this info. Didn't know KN95 needs to be fit tested. I don't really have access to a way to get tested but will make sure as best possible if these have leaks on my face.
I wouldn't worry much about fit testing. Wear a high quality mask. Don't touch your face or eyes. Change the mask every 1-2 days. Stay out of large crowds and avoid high risk situations. Consider eye protection for higher risk situations. And duh, get vaccinated
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