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The correct way to wear disposable masks

by:Copper Plus     2021-07-13
Although the current society is constantly improving, the degree of air pollution is also rising. They wear masks when they go out, but I find that most people still choose disposable masks because of convenience or laziness. It was found that although some individuals also wear disposable masks, they wear them completely wrongly. Not only are they useless, they may also seriously pollute their health. In fact, the use of masks is exquisite, and the same is true for disposable masks. The following mask manufacturers will teach you the correct way to wear disposable masks. The correct way to wear disposable masks 1. Distinguish the front and back. From the perspective of color, the darker side of the mask is generally the front side, and the back side of the mask is lighter;    From the perspective of material, the texture is generally smoother when you touch it by hand. The negative side, while the frictional feel is the positive side.   When we wear masks, we must face the back of the mask close to our skin, and the front of the mask should face out. Don’t wear it wrong.  2. Distinguish the upper and lower parts of the mask.    Disposable masks will have a thin bendable metal strip. One end of the metal strip is above the mask. Don’t wear it backwards, it will be embarrassing.  3. Steps to wear a mask correctly   First, pinch the metal strip with both hands, so that the upper end of the mask is close to the bridge of your nose, so that the mask will not easily fall down. Then pull it with both hands and push it toward the face, pinch the nose clip to make the mask close to the face. Hold the mask with your left hand, and wrap the rope around the base of the ear with your right hand. Finally, pull up and down the edge of the mouth with both hands to cover the eyes and chin, and wrap the mouth and chin. Only then can the mask be worn in the true sense to prevent dust and smog.  Precautions for wearing a mask  1, wash your hands  Before removing the mask, keep your hands clean and try not to touch the inside of the copper mask to avoid contamination of the mask by bacteria on your hands.  2, the mask is changed every 4 hours.   Since it is a copper mask, it cannot be reused, and you should also pay attention to the time to use the copper mask. Generally speaking, you need to change the copper mask for 4 hours.  3. Do not throw away the mask after using it   After taking off the mask, pack the mask with tape and paper bag, put it in a trash can with a lid, and wash your hands in time. Do not reuse disposable masks. 4. Do not reuse disposable masks that are used on the front and back, because the outer layer of the mask will collect a lot of dust and bacteria from the outside. If the front and back are used alternately, the pollutants in the outer layer will directly enter the oral cavity along the respiratory tract. , Affect human health.   The above is the correct way for mask manufacturers to teach you how to wear disposable masks. Have you learned it? Don’t wear it wrong again!
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