Chanee Vijay Textiles
Hemp Mask with Ties
Our organic hemp masks are non-medical, reusable, washable, and made with organic cotton ties. The materials are chemical and dye free- all natural and hypoallergenic. Our masks are designed with 3 layers of 6oz hemp and a pocket for a filter, such as a HEPA filter, inserted within the fabric.
Choose from 13 mask colors. Natural hemp, Soft White, Rose, Sienna, Amber, Ochre, Olive, Light Surf, Dark Surf, Mocha, Charcoal.
Salt & Pepper and Denim Blue colors are made with 2 layers of a heavier 10oz hemp with a tighter weave.DETAILS
- Free Shipping. Mask orders are shipped on Tuesdays. Local pick-up available.
- Non-medical grade. Not intended for clinical use.
- Pleat design with Inner Pocket for additional filter.
- One Size Fits All
- Adjustable straps and nose bridge
- Made in Kansas City, Missouri, USA
- Sewn by Phyllis, Chanee's mom, while she's safe in her home. Hand-painted by Chanee.
- All Sales Final. No Returns or Exchanges Allowed.
- 100% Organic Hemp
- 100% Organic Cotton Ties
- Chemical-free. Dye-free. Unbleached.
- No formaldehyde, elastic, BPA, PVC vinyl, GMO, or PFAS.
- Fabric is washed and pre-shrunk prior to construction.
- Machine Washable. No Bleach.
- Warm Water Cycle.
- Tumble Dry Low. Iron on High.
HOW YOU USE YOUR MASK
Insert a disposable filter into the inner pocket of the mask. Look for HEPA grade filters found in air purifiers or air-conditioning units. Vacuum cleaner bags are effective, and paper materials such as coffee filters can be used
Wash your hands before putting on your mask and after removing it. Do not touch your face when wearing your mask.
Ensure a snug fit across your face without any gaps. Tie or adjust the straps to fit the mask to your face to ensure air flows only through the mask and filter. It is recommended to use double-sided tape to secure the mask on the nose and cheeks.
Dispose filter & reuse mask: After use, the filter should be disposed and the mask should be washed at high temperature in a washing machine.
Please remember that use of face masks is not intended to replace other recommended measures to stop the community spread of COVID-19, such as physical distancing, washing your hands and refraining from touching your face. Follow the latest advice of the CDC and your own health care professionals as to how best to keep yourself safe. For more information on how to wear a cloth mask, please visit the CDC website.