Non-sewn Face Covering
- Bandana, old t-shirt, or square cotton cloth (cut approximately 20”x20”)
- Rubber bands (or hair ties)
- Scissors (if you are cutting your own cloth)
Make sure your cloth face covering:
- fits snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
- completely covers the nose and mouth
- is secured with ties or ear loops
- includes multiple layers of fabric
- allows for breathing without restriction
- can be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape
4. Quick Fix For A Better Fit
If the ear loops on your mask are too big, it won’t rest securely against your face. To quickly fix the problem, criss-cross each loop before hooking them around your ears.
5. Avoid Ear Pain
Does wearing your mask lead to pain or sensitivity behind your ears? Instead of securing the loops behind your ears, hook them together with a paperclip around the back of your head. Or you can sew a button on each side of a hat or headband and hook the loops on those instead!
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