Washable and Reusable Face Masks Covid-19
Washable and reusable Facemasks
Custom fabric masks with your company logo
The masks are made of 100% polyester and are certified OEKO-TEX® standard 100 class 1: thus, they are suitable for prolonged contact with the skin. They can be machine washed up to 60 ºC and are sterilised with a nitrogen treatment before being packaged. They are not a PPE product (personal protective equipment) or medical equipment, but a support for the exclusive use of the community for use in situations in accordance with DGS (Portuguese Health Authrorities guidelines).
How to use ?
Logo supply The logo must be provided in PDF artwork or AI formated files
Once we have received your above order and logo, we will supply a proof and our invoice for payment within 2 working days. Please note delivery time is variable and currently is approximately 10 working days, but will be confirmed on receipt of payment, a copy of your order will be immediately emailed back to you for your records.
Important information from the EU manufacturer
When can I use the custom masks?
The fabric masks, serving as a Nanofibre filter, are not an EPI (personal protection device) or a medical device, but a support for the exclusive use of the community. For this reason, they cannot and must in no way replace the anti-contagious behaviours indicated by the Health authorities (such as the safety distance and the correct washing of hands). It is a product that offers additional protection for your own safety and that of others. Therefore, they can be used for the necessary trips outside your home, for shopping at the supermarket and in situations of possible contact with other people. The careful research work carried out by the manufacturer’s specialists has led to the choice of the best materials for making masks suitable for prolonged contact with the skin and which can be washed comfortably in the machine. You can take them with you and use them several times, without running the risk of reducing their effectiveness.
See Portuguese Health authorities guidelines here.