Another mattress company is now offering face masks for people to wear, following CDC guidelines concerning cloth masks. TFS Natural Home by The Futon Shop, a San Francisco based organic furniture manufacturer and retailer, has shifted production to making face masks to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
With many cities, airplanes and places like salons requiring that people wear a mask, finding several is critical for many people right now.
The Futon Shop (TFS) now offers washable and reusable organic cotton barrier face masks, cotton silk face masks, copper infused face masks, and LOGO branded masks. And, if you need a mask insert, they have those too.
They join Purple and Avocado Green who also sell cloth face masks. I inquired and learned that TFS makes and sends masks out within a couple of days. My Purple face mask has been delayed by weeks. So if you need your mask soon, TFS may be a better choice. All of these manufacturers make adult and child sizes. Purple makes a large for men (which is why I ordered it, now if I could just get it – we need it now).
TFS face masks are available in multiple adult sizes and child sizes. Besides what is shown below they have patterned face masks and vibrant solid colors. See the entire selection of face masks here. All masks include FREE Shipping.
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Organic Cotton Face Masks
The face mask is organic barrier fabric is so tightly woven the spaces between the threads are under 3.5 microns, and filters at least 95% of very small 3-micron particles.
Cotton Silk Face Masks
Silk has the benefit of being a lightweight material and more absorbent than cotton, perfect for hot weather. A study from the University of Chicago reports “a multi-layered mask made from cotton and silk fabric can be just as effective as N95 masks against the coronavirus.”
Copper Infused Face Masks
The TFS copper infused mask is well-known for its ability to stop and kill the growth of bacteria and other infectious pathogens. These masks have 17% copper infused into threads of fabric woven into the fabric and does not wash out.
According to CEO, Suzanne Diamond of TFS, “Given the shortage of vital PPE, we have donated face masks to San Francisco vulnerable population and essential workers.” TFS has already delivered over 30,000 face masks to consumers and essential workers from state transportation departments, national parks, front line restaurants, retailers, country clubs, and clinics.