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How to choose the best face mask filter, for your fabric mask

How to choose the best face mask filter, for your fabric mask

We're basically used to wearing face coverings while out and about at this point, and you might have noticed that several face masks have a small slot to place a filter for extra protection, such as these silk masks with filter.

Adding a mask filter in between the layers of your face mask can help block airborne particles that might sneak through the fabric and can offer some much needed reassurance during these uncertain times.


why should you use a mask filter in your face mask

As new and more easily transmissible COVID-19 strains continue to spread, wearing a mask with a disposable filter can provide you with extra security.

This is because NOT all masks are created equal. Some cloth masks are made of fabrics with looser weave, these masks are more porous and may allow more small particles to pass through. While some cloth masks that are made of tightly woven materials, such as mulberry silk face masks that are of higher momme , they are more effective in blocking tiny particles from passing through the mask.

"Much like a filter used in an air conditioning or HVAC system, a face mask filter's purpose is to trap microscopic particles that may ordinarily pass through a mask made of cotton, linen, or other materials."

While wearing a standard face mask can protect you from larger droplets, face mask filters are designed to protect you from the airborne transmission of the virus. "Airborne transmission is from viruses lingering around in particles smaller than droplets.

Hence, mask filters may decrease the risk of virus transmission especially in poorly ventilated spaces like restaurants and public transportation.


Best mask filter - 5-Layer PM2.5 Activated Carbon Filters

PM 2.5 filters are composed of nanofibers designed to filter particles down to 2.5 microns in size.

Particulate matter, PM, refers to any substance floating in the air, from dust to pollen to viruses.

Most viruses are 0.004 to 0.1 microns in size, which is about 100 times smaller than bacteria, so it is best to choose a filter with a PM 2.5 rating, which should filter out most viruses, including coronavirus.



Where to buy filter for mask online

It is important to buy mask filters that are made of 5-layers, high quality, highly breathable and lightweight to use in between the layers of your face mask.

Luckily, you don't have to spend a fortune on mask filters, as BASK does offer it at affordable prices. 

PM 2.5 activated carbon (also known as activated charcoal) filter blocks up to 95% of airborne particles — everything from germs and dust to chemicals and pollen — thanks to several strong layers, including a high-efficiency filter cloth and an anti-stick cloth. So, a 5-layer mask filter will be very effective in preventing us from inhaling small droplets in the air we breathe.

Of course, mask filters and face masks aren't the only way to protect yourself and others against coronavirus, but they sure can help.

If you would like more protection from the virus, you may get it here 👉 PM2.5 activated carbon filter (mask filter).





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