How To Clean Your N95 Mask Or Face Covering With Covid-19 Coronavirus

Keep it clean folks. If something is going to touch your face, whether its a face mask to prevent Covid-19 coronavirus transmission, a Lone Ranger mask, or that inflatable doll that you keep under your bed, you are going to want to keep it clean. After all, your face is not a roll of toilet paper. It can be the window not only to your soul but also for a bunch a microbes to infect your soul if you are not careful. So here are some suggestions first on how to wash your reusable face covering and then on how to handle medical masks like N95 masks. After all, the two are quite different.To get more news about surgical mask wholesale, you can visit official website.

How to Clean Re-Usable Face Coverings

If you are using a reusable face covering, you really should be cleaning it each and every time that you wear it. A good rule to follow is that your face is as important if not more important than your genitals. Does the thought of wearing the same pair of underwear for more than a day gross you out? Then why would wearing a face covering for more than one outing seem OK? Each time you put on a face covering, it touches your mouth and nose, both of which are full of microbes. You may cough, sneeze, pant, spit, burp, sweat, run your nose, and release boogers while wearing the mask. At the same time, things in the air, including potentially viruses and a range of allergens, are being sucked into your face covering. Your face covering is in many ways like underwear for your face.

In order to wash your mask or other face covering, you are going to have to take it off. Standing in the shower with your face covering on is not the way to clean the covering. Before you remove your mask, wash your hands thoroughly and for at least 20 seconds. That means singing at least through the first chorus of the song “I Touch Myself.” This is just past the part that goes, “oh no, oh no, oh no.” If you don’t have access to soap and water to wash your hands, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol.
Once your hands are clean, remove the mask by touching the parts that rest on the back or side of your head like the ear loops or the ties and not the part that sits on your face. Remember, you are supposed to be protecting your face in general during this pandemic. Touching your face could introduce microbes to your mouth, nose, and eyes, three sliding doors leading to your respiratory system.

Once you remove the face covering, put it in a safe place in preparation for cleaning. This may be the laundry basket or a disposable bag. Do not put the face covering anywhere that may contaminate other things, like on the kitchen counter, on top of your salad, or on your significant other’s face. Your significant other will be very upset if you treat his or her face like a laundry basket. Dispose of any disposable filters that the face covering may have. These shouldn’t go through laundry. Otherwise, you may have filter fragments all over the rest of your garments. When your face covering is safely stored or in the laundry, wash your hands thoroughly again.