We’ve assembled this guide with step-by-step instructions to explain size adjustment, filter insertion and washing instructions for your 3D Print-Knit Maskº.
How to insert filters into your 3D Print-Knit Maskº 2.0
The polypropylene filters included add an extra layer of filtration to the Maskº.
Separating and folding the filters: Filter packs are shipped in two sets of 5 units lightly bound together; filters should be separated and individually used for intended breathability.
Wash hands before handling new filters and after handling used filters.
Pinch one layer of the filter packet and peel a single filter away.
Hold the filter in the orientation shown in the graphic below - this will ensure the filter is right-side up. Push the upper and lower triangle darts inwards slightly at the center to form a natural crease. Your filter is now ready for insertion.
Inserting the filters: Filters should be replaced after 8 hours of cumulative use, and removed prior to a wash cycle.
2. Locate the filter pocket entrances on the inside of the Maskº and insert the filter through either pocket opening. The applicator may be used to facilitate this process.
3. Reach through from the other side to center the filter and expand it to the edges of the fabric pocket.
4. Remove the applicator.
How to adjust your Maskº
A proper fit is critical for both the effectiveness of your Maskº and your comfort. A good fit and well-adjusted nose piece creates a close seal around your nose and cheek bones.
Adjusting the nose bridge: The nose clip can be adjusted by gently pressing down the metal band around your nose to create a comfortable seal.
How to wash your Maskº
Your Maskº should be washed regularly. We suggest washing and changing your filter after every eight hours of cumulative use.
Care Instructions: We recommend washing on the hot cycle for a home laundering machine and laying flat to dry. Do not use bleach.