Masks produced by Jordi and Eli are not medical grade masks.

100% cotton

Washable and reusable 

Triple layer

Spunbond inner

Tie up mask, reduces pressure around ears from elastic

Allows a better fit - adjustable

Comfortable, snug fit

The pleated masks with the nose wire is perfect for those who wear glasses. the wire can be bent over your nose to make it very snug and your glasses site on top. Tried, tested and works perfectly.

NO MORE FOGGY GLASSES!

The floral fabric is limited.

 

 

The following is the Western Cape Government approved cloth mask standard:

A cloth mask typically comprises of cloth that can cover the face from ABOVE the nose to BELOW the chin and almost up to the ears.

 

Materials

Outer layers:

Two layers, an inner  and outer surface of  the mask:

Made from thick weave cotton like denim, calico or upholstery cotton fabric that can be easily washed.

Comprising two different patterns on the cloth - if possible - to distinguish between inside and outside of the cloth mask.

 

Inner layers:

Two layers of ordinary cotton typically used for linen; If possible – between the two inner cotton layers - a laminate breathable layer of non- woven fabric which is washable at high temperatures – or if you don’t have that, something like a jacket lining inner.

Strings or straps which can be tied behind the head

 

DO NOT USE STRETCHY MATERIAL WITH A LOOSE WEAVE such as T-shirt material. These offer no protection at all.

https://coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za/news/covid-19-cloth-masks-public-use

 

When could a cloth mask be used:

Cloth masks can be used by both the community and non-healthcare workers and where there is no physical contact. This includes:


	Travel to and from work in public transport
	When stepping outside the house to go shopping or seeking healthcare
	In self isolation when contact with others is necessary (remember distancing)
	When stopping and talking to members of the public (for example, traffic police)
	When conducting interviews during house to house visits (for example, Community workers)
	When cleaning the streets/ disposing of domestic rubbish


 

Cloth masks:

A cloth mask, if appropriately used, and cleaned, can offer the following protection for residents:


	The mask will reduce the transmission of droplets from the source (any person coughing or sneezing)
	It will reduce inhaling a large number of droplets from others
	Will reduce exposure in overcrowded areas such as taxis, shops of government buildings


 

The Golden Rules of Good Hygiene

Firstly, a mask is not a solve-all solution in the fight of Covid-19 and should never be used in isolation of basic good hygiene considerations. The most important thing every resident should do is:


	Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
	Do not touch your face with unwashed hands
	Cough or sneeze into a tissue or the corner of your arm, and safely throw away the tissue
	Keep a distance of 1,5m from others
	If you are ill, stay at home, or arrange for clinical assessment


This should be adhered to at all times, regardless of whether you have a mask or not.

Wearing  a mask does not make you invulnerable and should never be a reason not to follow these basic golden rules.

INFO TAKEN FROM https://coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za/news/covid-19-cloth-masks-public-use

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Face Mask - Triple Layer

30 available.

R40.00

Masks produced by Jordi and Eli are not medical grade masks.

100% cotton

Washable and reusable 

Triple layer

Spunbond inner

Tie up mask, reduces pressure around ears from elastic

Allows a better fit - adjustable

Comfortable, snug fit

The pleated masks with the nose wire is perfect for those who wear glasses. the wire can be bent over your nose to make it very snug and your glasses site on top. Tried, tested and works perfectly.

NO MORE FOGGY GLASSES!

The floral fabric is limited.

The following is the Western Cape Government approved cloth mask standard:

A cloth mask typically comprises of cloth that can cover the face from ABOVE the nose to BELOW the chin and almost up to the ears.

Materials

Outer layers:

Two layers, an inner  and outer surface of  the mask:

Made from thick weave cotton like denim, calico or upholstery cotton fabric that can be easily washed.

Comprising two different patterns on the cloth - if possible - to distinguish between inside and outside of the cloth mask.

Inner layers:

Two layers of ordinary cotton typically used for linen; If possible – between the two inner cotton layers - a laminate breathable layer of non- woven fabric which is washable at high temperatures – or if you don’t have that, something like a jacket lining inner.

Strings or straps which can be tied behind the head

DO NOT USE STRETCHY MATERIAL WITH A LOOSE WEAVE such as T-shirt material. These offer no protection at all.

https://coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za/news/covid-19-cloth-masks-public-use

When could a cloth mask be used:

Cloth masks can be used by both the community and non-healthcare workers and where there is no physical contact. This includes:

  • Travel to and from work in public transport
  • When stepping outside the house to go shopping or seeking healthcare
  • In self isolation when contact with others is necessary (remember distancing)
  • When stopping and talking to members of the public (for example, traffic police)
  • When conducting interviews during house to house visits (for example, Community workers)
  • When cleaning the streets/ disposing of domestic rubbish

Cloth masks:

A cloth mask, if appropriately used, and cleaned, can offer the following protection for residents:

  • The mask will reduce the transmission of droplets from the source (any person coughing or sneezing)
  • It will reduce inhaling a large number of droplets from others
  • Will reduce exposure in overcrowded areas such as taxis, shops of government buildings

The Golden Rules of Good Hygiene

Firstly, a mask is not a solve-all solution in the fight of Covid-19 and should never be used in isolation of basic good hygiene considerations. The most important thing every resident should do is:

  • Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
  • Do not touch your face with unwashed hands
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue or the corner of your arm, and safely throw away the tissue
  • Keep a distance of 1,5m from others
  • If you are ill, stay at home, or arrange for clinical assessment

This should be adhered to at all times, regardless of whether you have a mask or not.

Wearing  a mask does not make you invulnerable and should never be a reason not to follow these basic golden rules.

INFO TAKEN FROM https://coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za/news/covid-19-cloth-masks-public-use

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