THE WAKE UP & FIGHT MASK (BUY ONE - GIVE ONE)
ABOUT THE MASK:
Hedley & Bennett has developed these non-surgical masks in concert with Dr. Robert Cho, Chief of Staff of Shriners for Children Medical Center in Pasadena, CA. They are not direct substitutes for surgical or procedural masks and are not FDA approved. However, these masks, if used correctly, should help contribute to less person-to-person droplet transmission.
What you’re buying: a washable, reusable 100% cotton fabric face mask. To fit as many faces as possible, the mask is cut generously around the nose and cheek.
HOW YOU USE IT:
Insert a filter: Insert a disposable filter cut from accessible materials into the inner pocket of the mask: Look for HEPA grade filters found in air purifiers or air-conditioning units. Vacuum cleaner bags are also very effective, and even disposable paper materials such as coffee filters can be used with varying levels of effectiveness.
- Ensure proper fit: To reduce alternative airflow and ensure air flows through the mask and filter, it is recommended to use double-sided tape to secure the mask on the nose and cheeks.
Dispose filter & reuse mask: After use, the filter should be disposed and the mask should be washed at high temperature in a washing machine.
These are NOT direct substitutes for N95, surgical, or procedural masks and are NOT FDA approved.
This is a personal use item and cannot be returned.
A note from H&B
Due to massive demand, we are beginning production and shipping immediately. Please have patience as we work to get these made and out to hospitals where they are needed most. Please expect approximately 1 week for delivery.
Colors and fabrics will change as we move through supplies, so we cannot guarantee specific colors for orders at this time.
If you would like to purchase in Bulk or request a Donation, please reach out to us at:
IT'S TIME TO WAKE UP & FIGHT:
We have the material. We have the know-how. We have the hustle. We are ready to wake up and fight. And we’re asking you to join us.
At Hedley & Bennett, we’ve been considering what it means to be a manufacturer in America, especially in today’s crisis. There's a crucial need to come together to support individuals and the world alike, even if the solution is not perfect or something normally in our wheelhouse.
As such, we are transitioning the sewing lines at our Hedley & Bennett factory in Vernon, CA from making professional-grade aprons to making these face masks. These are among the most-needed supplies for healthcare professionals and at-risk individuals.
As a small business, we’re asking you, our community, to help fund our LA-based operation to make this effort possible: When you buy a mask, you are supporting the production of two masks – one for you and one that we will donate to those working on our front lines — the doctors, nurses, first responders, grocery store employees, restaurant workers, and all others who are putting their lives on the line for us every day.
Discounts cannot be applied.