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The answer is “yes.” Face masks have become a common item in our coronavirus wardrobe but to be effective experts say they must be washed on a regular basis. Some recommend sanitizing face coverings after every use, while others say washing them daily is fine.
According to Vox, Dr. Ravina Kumar, an infectious disease specialist, wearing an unwashed mask can spread virus particles to others, thereby defeating the purpose. She advises washing them every day. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests washing face coverings after every use, according to their website. They recommend also recommend washing your hands after touching and handling a used mask.
To clean your cloth mask, throw it into the washing machine with your regular laundry, using regular detergent with the warmest appropriate setting for the material. You can also wash masks by hand by adding 1/3 cup of household bleach per gallon of room temperature water. Remember is you are using a color-safe bleach, it may not be suitable for disinfection, says the CDC. Use your dryer or air dry the mask in direct sunlight.
Experts say that you should be able to wash your cloth mask about 100 times if you don’t use your dryer and use detergent sparingly so you don’t irritate your face.
Here’ a list of the most comfortable face masks to wear.
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