Lexie Perez has shared her method for turning an old T-shirt into a face mask. She is a petty officer with the US Navy in Hawaii.
Homemade face masks have become essential items during the COVID-19 pandemic and now they’re more important than ever. The CDC recently changed its guidelines to say that everyone should wear some form of a cloth face-covering in public places. If buying a mask or sewing one isn’t ideal for you, it’s surprisingly easy and Lexie Perez walks us through the steps to make a DIY face mask with materials you already have at home. How To Make A No-Sew Face Mask from t-shirt
If you don’t have time to make DYI facemask, you can buy facemask pack at bucktee
- Long service life, can be washed to reuse multiple times.
- No stitches, use Simply compress technology, comfortable to wear
- Masks are made of antibacterial fabric. Normal antibacterial masks can be reused up to 30 times after washing.
- All masks include dust filter 2.5PM
- Mask size is European size. 8.66inchx6.7inch