It started when the coronavirus hit too close to home.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed "normal life" across the country, lest the world. To slow the rate of infection, our governments have enacted strict guidelines and bans on many industries. The safety of ourselves and those we love is more important than ever as we face the fight against the virus. That's where masks come in.
All of our masks are wholly made in the USA.
Centrally located in Dallas, Texas, we have a 300,000 square foot manufacturing plant and a group of incredibly gifted sewers. We are able to produce over 14,000 masks per day and ship directly to you.
Stop the Spread.
Our machine washable, reusable masks come in packs of 5, 10, or 20 for you and your loved ones. Wearing a mask halts the spread of Coronavirus and other diseases by protecting those around you. By wearing a mask, you are preventing the spread of germs to other individuals. If everyone wears a mask, it creates a domino effect that makes it safer for everyone.
As the coronavirus began to sweep the nation and the availability of masks dwindled. Having the ability to protect oneself is a human right - but what happens when the equipment needed to do so is unavailable? That's where we come in.
Face masks only stop the spread if everyone wears one. You should wear a mask if you are feeling sick, or caring for someone who is ill or elderly. Face masks are most effective when used in combination with good hygiene practices: washing your hands with a 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer rub or soap and water. Our masks are handmade utilizing a mixture of 65% polyester and 35% cotton. They are non-irritating, and comfortable to wear.
While masks are available for order across the country, we are producing and donating masks and gowns in great numbers to frontline healthcare workers on both a local and national level. From hospitals to small emergency clinics, our belief is that no one should put themselves or their families at risk by using one-time-use masks. Our masks are made of a poly-cotton mix and designed to be totally and completely reusable, and machine washable. A portion of all proceeds is donated to the North Texas Food Bank.
We've reached out to other manufacturers across the country. We are now producing masks not only in Dallas, Texas but in two plants in North Carolina.
Together we can Stop the Spread and ensure the safety of our communities.