DETOURS PROTECTIVE MASKS
Whether we like it or not.
Masks are now apart of our daily lives.
Why not team your outfits with our perfectly designed comfortable 3 layer protective masks, with the Detours medallion printed on the left side for a perfect finish.
Perfect for any occasion or any outfit.
Wear with confidence.
Reusable and washable at 60 degrees, can be tumble dried. Allows easy breathing without restriction.
Secured with adjustable elasticated ear loops. Shaped to fit snugly on the face and under chin. Bendable and adjustable 'nose wire' prevents glasses from fogging.
3 layer protection
Outer layer: 100% cotton
Mid layer filtering : non woven fabric
Inner layer: 100% cotton
Allows easy breathing without restriction.
ONE SIZE - UNISEX
Each mask Conforms to standards GB18401-2010B. One size fits all. AFNOR SPEC S76-001 – Eurofins Test CH_PCL_1 Class 2.
Face coverings help by catching the small droplets we sometimes spread when we talk or cough. These can contain coronavirus (COVID-19) and land on surfaces and other people. If you have COVID-19 without any symptoms and are not wearing a face covering, the risk of spreading it to others nearby can be as high as 70%. If you do wear a face covering, it drops to 5%. By wearing a face covering you protect those around you, and they protect you by wearing theirs.
Washable up to 60 degrees. Do not bleach. High-temperature iron. Do not dry clean. Tumble dry medium heat.
Face coverings protect those around you and will help slow the spread of the virus. If you have COVID-19 without any symptoms and are not wearing a face covering, the risk of spreading it to others nearby can be as high as 70%. If you do wear a face covering, it drops to 5%.
Remember, if you develop symptoms you should remain at home, self-isolate, and book a test as soon as you can.
It is mandatory by law to wear a face-covering on all public transport and in shops, including supermarkets, indoor shopping centers, banks, building societies, and post offices. It is now also mandatory to wear them in hospitality venues like pubs and restaurants (except when sitting to eat or drink) and in taxis and private hire vehicles. Some people are exempt from wearing them.