Breathe Easy with an Electrostatic Face Mask
These masks are designed to provide optimum comfort and breathability.
(PRIMARILY WITH USE WHEN REQUIRED FOR AIR TRAVEL, GOVERNMENTAL COMPLIANCE, LOCAL MANDATES, ETC.)
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Meets all current published government regulations
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The use of an electrostatic dual-fiber proprietary polymer-cotton fabric Twin Fiber Mask (by WhatAGreatProduct.com) reduces viral activity by 92% and can be safely used to enhance safety and inhibit viral growth in a commercial mask setting.
The proprietary polymer-cotton electrostatic twin fiber fabric relies on inhibition of growth due to a disruption in the electrical potentials of pathogens in addition to filtration rather than on killing microorganisms, it is appropriate to utilize sensitive antimicrobial test methods. We used AATCC 100 and ISO 20743 . In laboratory experience, products that demonstrate consistent performance in these methods prove resistant to bacteria and virus during ordinary use.
In the present study, we evaluated the antiviral efficacy of the electrostatic twin fiber (ETF) filtration against the common SARS family of virus (PPRV). The ETFs were characterized using UV-vis absorption spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction (XRD) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The TEM analysis revealed particle size of 5-30 nm and the XRD analysis revealed their characteristic structure. The treatment of Vero cells with the ETFs at a noncytotoxic concentration significantly inhibited PPRV replication in vitro. The time-course and virus step-specific assays showed that the SNPs impair PPRV replication at the level of virus entry. The TEM analysis showed that the SNPs interact with the virion surface as well with the virion core.
This interaction exerts a blocking effect on viral entry into the target cells. This is the first documented evidence indicating that the proprietary polymer-cotton electrostatic twin fiber face mask used as a wearable face mask are capable of inhibiting viruses that may be association with the transmission of Covid 19, and other SARS-like virus such as the common cold.
(Dendrimers are well-defined, multivalent molecules having branched structure of nanometer size. Dendrimers possess a distinct molecular architecture that consists of three different domains: (i) a central core (ii) branches (iii) terminal functional groups, present at the outer surface of the macromolecule)
The use of electrostatic dual-fiber proprietary polymer-cotton fabric reduces viral activity by 92% and can be safely used to enhance safety and inhibit viral growth in a commercial mask setting.
Keywords: Antiviral activity; SARS virus; SNPs;
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Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
Anions/Antiviral Agents / chemical synthesis
Antiviral Agents / pharmacology/Dendrimers / chemistry
Dendrimers / pharmacologyIV-1 / drug effects
HIV-1 / physiology*
Metal Nanoparticles / administration & dosage*
Metal Nanoparticles / chemistry*
Virus Replication / drug effects
Virus Replication / physiology*
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"Hi, I am a high school English teacher and Admissions Director in WI. The facemasks that our students are mandated to use by the state of Wisconsin make student interaction awkward non-personal. This is especially difficult for our incoming freshmen that don't really know each other yet. A co-worker just shared the mask they received from you and it was AMAZING. I can breathe, my face can be seen, and I feel like a normal human being again. Thank you!"
These masks are designed to provide optimum comfort and breathability.
They have full adjustable, elastic earloops that fit comfortably on anyone's face.
Simply adjust the toggle as needed, and tie off the ends.
Locate adjustable toggle on either side
Put both loops over your ears
Adjust toggle as needed and tie off the ends
Masks are made with a mixture of pure fibers including cotton and polyester. The layers are made of different proprietary materials enabling the masks to acquire an opposite charge on each layer. This works to charge particles on one layer, while attracting contaminants to stick to the other layer (wash and recharge), trapping contaminants going in and out. This process is used in hospital clean rooms and expensive home furnaces and has been proven to be more than 99 % effective down to particles less than .12 microns.
They are initially charged during manufacturing and can be recharged at home by simply placing them in your microwave at full power for 15 seconds to kill all bacteria and viruses.
They can also be hand washed using a mild detergent such as Dawn to clean away any visible soiling (lipstick and makeup, etc).
You can think of this electrostatic process like when you take clothes out of your dryer and they tend to cling to one another.
Meets all FDA CDC and State regulations. Pure: no extra chemicals or materials.
Made in America, with American materials, by US employees.
Ref: CDC Website. Your Guide to Masks
Every purchase made enables us to donate an equal number of masks and hand sanitizers to first responders, doctors, nurses, hospitals and clinics.
Please note that because these treated masks are rechargeable and therefore reusable (via microwave), the actual per cost use is 30 cents.
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