Reusable mask with front coating
Available day 12
Hand wash or machine
Using bleach is one of the recommended methods for disinfecting surfaces, for example, but may not be ideal for washing masks, as this may damage the mask fibers. And the hands too, depending on the concentration.
It is permissible to wash these masks with soap or with the usual detergent to treat clothing. If it's in the machine, it can be 30, 40 and 60 degrees —and along with other clothes. "The important thing is to throw the virus down the drain"
Soaking the mask in boiled water can be an option, quick and inexpensive.
After washing, masks may be left to dry (preferably in an area where there is no contact with third parties), and a dryer or iron may also be used in a "total attack on germs that may remain". Once cleaned and dried, the mask should be stored if there is no need for immediate use — in a clean cardboard box, for example. A plastic box is not recommended, as if there is moisture, it allows its preservation.
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