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Gildan Reusable Adult Tie-On Triple Layer Mask (Pack of 48) -- 1,99$

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[Amazon.ca] Gildan Reusable Adult Tie-On Triple Layer Mask (Pack of 48) -- 1,99$

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Thanks OP.

Note: "The mask is not Health Canada approved, not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease."
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essjayess wrote: Thanks OP.

Note: "The mask is not Health Canada approved, not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease."
Then what's the point of wearing them... It's not like these are a fashion statement.

Also, Note: there is no nose wire

I'll stick to my previous cloth masks!

Thanks just the same OP, and here's my TU for 'ya.



F-it, $1.99 for 48 masks, no tax, shipped... I'm in for one.

I can always use these when doing something that would normally be dusty, and not covid related.
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essjayess wrote: Thanks OP.

Note: "The mask is not Health Canada approved, not intended for medical use, and not proven to reduce the transmission of disease."
Almost every disposable mask that everyone wears is "not for medical use".
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In for 2. I have those nose wires. I just drilled small holes at each end and sew them on to the mask. Also, it may be a pain to tie the masks all the time, easy fix is pick up velcro at dollarama for cheap.
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cursayer wrote: Almost every disposable mask that everyone wears is "not for medical use".
Still better than the cloth masks, which are actually just a fashion statement lol
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Gildan? as in the same company that make the t-shirts for beer companies to put logos on?

I'm intrigued, their shirts seem to last forever, so this should be a life time supply of masks
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It's $2!

Only downside is white colour is terrible, definitely going to get pasta sauce/curry stains.
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Yikes to gouging, one of the reviews said they paid $60 for 48......now its $2.....
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for $2 and free delivery, buy for future use e.g. cleaning or woodworking
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Too bad only white... Looks like you are putting underwear on your face
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I bought these early last year when not much was available in terms of reusable masks. Barely wore any of them. 1) they are very annoying to tie them each time. 2) without a nose wire they don't fit very well 3) the cotton material/layers are fairly heavy, and the masks are large, so they are pretty warm in the summer.

You'll need to do some mods like nose wires and some sort of clasp/velcro to make them more comfortable and convenient. Would not recommend for day to day COVID use.
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Get a proper surgical mask from Costco or anywhere else. Not underwear on your face.
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KenAdams wrote: In for 2. I have those nose wires. I just drilled small holes at each end and sew them on to the mask. Also, it may be a pain to tie the masks all the time, easy fix is pick up velcro at dollarama for cheap.
Ain't nobody got time for dat.
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muffin4life wrote: Too bad only white... Looks like you are putting underwear on your face
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Emporium wrote: Pretty much every store (at least here in QC) requires a mask before allowing you to enter. So YES, people are still buying masks.

But tie-on ? To each their own. I know the elastic ones can become a pain around the ears, but unless you are spending the whole day in a mask, I found the tie-ons are a little inconvenient.
My masks have elastic bands that wrap around the head, and are the most comfortable masks for me.

Even when wearing a cap, easy on, easy off.

Except for the disposable masks, I cannot stand the behind-the-ear straps!

These masks will be handy when doing things that might stir up some dust, but other than that, I'm looking down the road, and not covid related.
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IDStorms wrote: My masks have elastic bands that wrap around the head, and are the most comfortable masks for me.

Even when wearing a cap, easy on, easy off.

Except for the disposable masks, I cannot stand the behind-the-ear straps!

These masks will be handy when doing things that might stir up some dust, but other than that, I'm looking down the road, and not covid related.
Elastic Bands around the head are the most comfortable. My N95 masks are like that and super comfortable. At the office, at the entrance they provide masks. And you have a choice of the typical around the ear elastic, or the true surgical tie behind head style. For a full day at the office, the tie behind head are the most comfortable. For when I am just going in to pick something up, and then heading back out, I'll pick up the behind the ears type.

For work around the shop/garage when stirring up dust, I have a few boxes of my 3M N95 with vent valve, and I use those.



The ones behind the ears, I keep around for the quick trips. They are dirt cheap, Go on in a split second and can rip them off and toss them quickly.
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Emporium wrote: Pretty much every store (at least here in QC) requires a mask before allowing you to enter. So YES, people are still buying masks.
BC here, mask mandate was removed July 1.

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