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Antimicrobial Treated Fabric
- NEW! Antimicrobial Treated Fabric
- Breathable 100% 2-Layer Polyester Fabric
- Comfortable Fit With Elastic or Fabric Straps
- Machine Washable and Reusable
- 2 Sizes: Large (most adults) and Small (petite and youth) - size chart
- Additional Use as a Covering for N95 Masks
Disclaimer: Signs.com masks are for general use while out in public and are not intended for use in medical settings. We cannot guarantee that the mask prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.
Choose Your Face Covering
Large (most adults) Mask with Elastic Straps
Small (petite & youth) Mask with Elastic Straps
Large (most adults) Mask with Fabric Ties
Small (petite & youth) Mask with Fabric Ties
Half Neck Gaiter
Lightweight Neck Gaiter
Lightweight Half Neck Gaiter
Why Signs.com Masks?
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Antimicrobial Treated Fabric*
Our customs masks come with antimicrobial protection built in to the outer layer of our two layer mask. The antimicrobial treatment is designed to inhibit the growth of microorganisms on the mask surface. This is accomplished through a unique combination of silver and vesicle technologies to create a hygienic fabric perfectly suited for custom printing.
*Antimicrobial properties built in to protect the product. Product does not protect users or others against pathogens. Always clean the product thoroughly after each use. Treatment lasts at least 30 washes.
Face Mask Sizing Guide
Check Out Our Custom Neck Gaiters As Well!
We are now offering custom neck gaiters, which are also a great solution for covering your face during this time. Our neck gaiters are made from a stretchy polyester fabric, allowing them to easily slide over your head and rest snugly on your neck. The great thing about gaiters is their ability to be used in a variety of ways. They can be used strictly as a neck warmer, as a covering for the entire lower half of your face , or even as a headband or beanie. Another great feature is the moisture-wicking properties they have, keeping them nice and dry while in use.
As with our custom face masks, we are donating $1 to the CDC Foundation's Emergency Response Fund for each neck gaiter order placed. So, getting yourself a custom neck gaiter is not only a great way to protect yourself and others during this time, but is also going towards giving something back to the community.
Popular Templates (Large)
Popular Templates (Small)
Designing Your Own Mask
Easy to Use Design Tool
Create your custom face mask with our simple and easy to use design tool. Upload images, create objects, add text, adjust sizing, change color, and so much more!
Free Professional Design Services
Whether you need help uploading your design or are interested in creating something entirely new, our team of professional graphic designers is here to help. Nothing beats free!
100% 2-Layer Polyester Fabric
2-layer polyester face mask with elastic or fabric straps for maximum comfort and breathability. Washable and reusable.
Intended for general use to comply with the CDC's recommendation that everyone wear masks in public. Not intended in medical settings nor medically rated.
4-color, Dye-Sublimation Process
1-3 years depending on use
Large (most adults) and Small (petite and youth)
How to Properly Wear and Remove Your Mask
Regardless of whether you choose elastic or fabric straps, the first thing you need to do before putting on your mask is to wash your hands to avoid contaminating your mask. Once you have clean hands, for fabric masks grab the mask by the top straps and tie them together above your ears. Next, tie the two bottom straps together below your ears at the top of your neck. Make sure your mask is covering your nose at least up to its bridge, is covering your mouth around your chin and is snug against your face without any gaps on either side.
While wearing your mask, be sure to never touch the front of it, just as you would avoid touching your face. Another thing to avoid is pulling the mask down and letting it rest under your chin. If you need to reposition your mask while you are wearing it, do so by maneuvering the rear straps instead of touching the actual face of the mask. For elastic straps, the same hygiene instructions apply but to put your mask on you simply need to pull either side's elastic straps to where it rests comfortably over each ear.
Be sure to wash your hands prior to removing the mask. Start by untying the top straps and then follow with untying the bottom straps. For elastic straps, simply remove from behind your ears. Once you have removed your mask, be sure to wash your hands and place your mask in a safe, non-contaminated area. See the section below on how to wash and care for your mask when it is not in use.
How to Care For Your Mask
Be sure to wash your face mask before the first use.
It is recommended that you wash your cloth face mask after each use. The preferred washing method is to simply use your washing machine at a temperature no greater than 140 F, though it is also possible to hand wash your mask. Masks can be air dried or in the dryer using a low heat setting.
Note: When removing your mask after use, be careful to not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Wash your hands immediately after removing your mask.
- Wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social-distancing measures are difficult to maintain (grocery stores, pharmacies, etc.), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.
- Wearing simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it, to prevent transmitting the virus to others.
- Cloth face coverings should not be placed on: young children under age 2; anyone who has trouble breathing; or is otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance, incapacitated, or unconscious.
- Keep in mind that recommended cloth face coverings are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders.
- The cloth face cover is not a substitute for social distancing. Continue to keep about 6 feet between yourself and others. You could spread COVID-19 to others even if you do not feel sick.
- You can find more detailed CDC face mask information on the organization's website.