Material : Cotton fabric
Dimension : 9x5.5 inches
Eco-friendly alternative to reduce your carbon footprint. Product with the purpose of environmental sustainability and women empowerment. we use unused textiles to manufacture our product to save landfills and each product is made by hardworking women helping them to generate income for their lively hood. Care Instructions: Washable Fit Type: Universal Gender: Unisex Key features are: Double layered, no filter pocket, Washable, Reusable, Soft Elastic Ear Loops, Light Weight and Breathable, Fits all Adult face types. Made especially to suit the requirement of pilots as the colors used make it ideal to be worn with their uniform. Ultra-light ear loops to keep it comfortable for longer durations. The mask is for individual use only, never to be shared with others. This mask is great for protecting you from dust, allergens, chemicals and smoke. Also, it is designed to help you breathe easier. Care Instruction: Wash the mask with any disinfectant liquid after every use. Dip & Soak, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Tumble Dry, Do Not Iron, Do Not Dry Clean, Do Not Wring, Drip Dry. Wearing the Mask || Step 1: Wash/ sanitize your hands. Step 2: Hold the ear straps of the mask only; Do not touch the surface. Step 3: Pull the straps and carefully secure them behind your ears. Step 4: Check to see that Mask is covering your mouth, nose, and chin Step 5: Wash/sanitize your hands after touching the mask.
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Bunko Junko
STYLISH PRODUCT ENGINEERED TO CREATE A NEW FASHION TREND Our Stylish clothes were once scraps on the factory floor. BUNKO JUNKOâ€™S product design is a journey of Discovery. Driven by the burning desire to always move forward, change things, create and dream. We believe in the boundaries of creativity are limitless. Flexible yet tenacious,The aim is to create an environmentally sustainable product meaning that it does not create additional harm to the planet as well as reducing the previous impact made by using waste created by others around us in the society. Upcycling of textile was... Read More