How to Clean and Sterilize your Face Mask

Dushko International now produces face masks, using multiple fabrics as recommended by the WHO and CDC. Available in several patterns and colors, these non-medical masks help against the spread virus and bacteria, but are not a medical device. As such, they should be used along with social distancing measures and proper hygiene.

According to health professionals, the recommended approach to wash your face mask is to use a washing machine with detergent, on the hottest settings available. Alternatively, you can place your face mask in boiling hot water and dish soap, swirling it around occasionally.



Please stay safe out there!