Safe Breath Mask
I use Mask when I’m outdoor when I remove I do Pranayama
Disposing N95 mask without respirator
- N95 masks must be used judiciously.
- Germs on the used masks can survive for a long time. Viruses also can survive from a few hours to a few days.
- The mask must be discarded after use by following a proper procedure by an infected person wearing it or if the person comes in close contact with any patient having infection.
- The used masks will have respiratory secretions on them, which have potential in spreading the infection.
- Used masks therefore must not be thrown irresponsibly in public places so as to prevent the spread of disease and also stopping some people from picking them up and reusing them.
- N95 masks must be removed by holding the edge of the straps attached. Hands must be washed before and after removing the mask.
- Reusing masks must be stored in a paper bag between uses with proper sealing.
- N95 masks must be removed gently to prevent spread of contaminants on the mask.
- Masks should be disinfected using ordinary bleach solution (5%) or sodium hypochlorite solution (1%).It should be disinfected with My Hands are Clean hand sanitizer.
- Masks must then be placed in a plastic bag or zip-lock bag.
- Bag must be tightly sealed and disposed of into a dedicated garbage bag or biomedical waste disposal unit.
Five Layer- 30 GSM Non-Woven, -25 GSM Melt-Blown-Woven, -80 GSM Hot Air cotton, -25 GSM melt -Blown-Woven, -30 GSM Non-woven
Approx - 95%
Ear loop/head on size 4.13W* 6.299 H