Make your face mask in 5 minutes at home and save yourself
This mask is so nifty and you can make it in 5 to 10 minutes easy and you can make quite a few because in this day and age safety is of paramount importance and with all the things we have been hearing about the spread of illness, there are always reasons to be prepared. However, if there is a shortage of ordinary masks, I’m talking the paper kind you would find at Home Depot, not full-on respirators and the like, you can simply use a piece of fabric to make a temporary disposable mask. These masks can be used to prevent sawdust or household dust from getting into your air passages while you are working or for light use in other areas and they are disposable and you can make as many as you want from small sections of fabric. Note, a mask of this kind is not a medical-grade mask and not a respirator mask so no one is making any claims here about using it for those purposes. This mask is good for someone who wants a bit of light protection in a pinch if nothing else is available. Also, you can make about 25 to 35 masks out of a yard of fabric, so it’s a great way to use up your old scrap fabric and build up a little stockpile at the same time.
Materials Needed For Homemade Face Mask:
- Small piece of Fabric (cut 20 x 17)
- Elastic (for the earpieces)
- A Sewing Machine
First, Cut Your Fabric Into A Rectangle Shape (20 X 17).
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