During this current global pandemic, the health department now recommends wearing face mask with clear evidence that masks can reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 by 67%.
While there are many types of masks in the market including our range of reusable fabric and disposable face masks we know that face masks generally are one size and face shapes as we all know, are not!
We have done the research ourselves to create some TIG TIPS on ways to get your face mask sitting better and more comfortably on your face whilst still providing the protection required. Head on to our YouTube Channel and watch our face mask TIG TIPS!
Without further ado how is our list
TIG TIG #1 – DO THE TWIST
This simple yet effective way to resize your mask quickly and without fuss, no fiddling required.
TIG TIP #2 – THE TIE AND FOLD
This one requires more steps however covers all licensed casinos gaps on the face making it a higher level of protection.
TIG TIP #3 – THE TRUSTY PAPERCLIP
What can’t the trusty paperclip do? Not only can it hold a stack of papers together, this little object can also be a vital piece of equipment to comfortably resize your mask.
FOGGED UP GLASSES?
There is nothing worse than wearing glasses with a mask and having them fog up to the point where you can’t see what you’re doing. We have trialled 2 hacks to counter glasses fogging while mask wearing:
TIG TIP #1 – THE TISSUE FOLD
This is so simple we can’t believe it works, but it does! Grab yourself a Kleenex and watch our YouTube video. You will be walking around fog free in no time.
TIG TIP #2 – DISH SOAP
This is a lengthier process so best plan this out prior to intending on stepping out but it is extremely effective. Take some dish soap or hand soap, a single drop is sufficient, and rub it onto both sides of each lens before rinsing it off. Doing this not only cleans your glasses but also leaves a transparent layer that prevents your lenses from temperature changes that cause clouding.
With all the Face Mask TIG Tips it is also important that you wash or sanitise your hands before putting on and taking off your masks and don’t touch the front of your mask while it’s on. Remember to remove your mask by the ear straps, not by pulling it off from the front. Stay covid safe.