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Sterilizing & Reusing Your Face Mask

Monday, April 6, 2020

Here is a video about sterilizing and cleaning your own mask in order to reuse it, which might be a good idea for the future because who knows what they will spray into the air in our future. We might need to use this mask for the rest of our life, especially for the people who want to avoid deadly vaccines and microchip implants.

N95 mask has layered fibers. Polypropylene material is considered strong for a good face mask.

I think maybe it is enough to just watch it in a washing machine, maybe in hot water.

Or, spray it with alcohol and soak it in hot water for ten minutes. Then, brush out residues, soak again, and then rinse off with clean water. Hang out to dry.

I like this snapshot that I took on one of the walking meetups in Turtle Rock during springtime, maybe last year. Those yellow flowers look so pretty, similar to a country pasture, even though Irvine is more of a suburb, ten miles from the coast. 


What do you think?


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  1. I haven’t used a face mask yet. A friend was just telling me today that no one is going to the beach anymore because the waves coming in spray their foam and you can get the virus that way too who knows it sound odd to me,

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