Shape:Round and structural with extra space inside
Shape:Pliant and countoured to the shape of the face
Washable Up To 100 Times
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Abstrk is a Cuban American, born and raised in Miami, Florida. His family came to the USA during the 1960s during the Pedro Pan and Freedom Flights exiles from Cuba. Abstrk's work captures your eye and draws you into his pieces with movement and color. With a background in graffiti, Abstrk's work consists of forms pulled off of outlines and letter structure, as well as traditional fine art. His work can be diverse in subject matter, at the same time always relative to his style-isms and shapes. Abstrk's work can be found on canvas, as well as walls throughout the United States and the Caribbean.
The last mask you'll ever buy. Enro masks are equipped advanced PM0.1 filters that help to prevent the spread of disease and illness, so you can live everyday, stress free. Breathable, lightweight fabric means a barely there wear you can count on.
Just like your socks or underwear, you should clean your mask after each day of use. Just throw your Enro mask in with your regular wash, no special wash cycle required. Your Enro mask is machine washable and dry-able up to 100x. Wash at 100° F/ 40° C and tumble dry low We do not recommend cleaning with alcohol spray because it will wear down the anti-microbial finish more quickly.
*This face mask is intended for source control to help prevent the spread of infection and illness. This face mask is not intended for respiratory protection and is not intended for antimicrobial, antiviral, or infection protection. Antimicrobial finish is applied to the fabric to inhibit the growth of bacteria within the fabric over time, and is not intended to provide any antimicrobial protection. Water repellant fabric is not a liquid barrier protection. This mask is not for use as a surgical mask. This product has not been FDA cleared or approved. This product is authorized only for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of the emergency use of medical devices, including alternative products used as medical devices, during the COVID-19 outbreak, under section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1) unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.