When you re-open fully, how will you keep your staff safe?
Have you thought about where or how you are going to get masks to provide them?
If you go on Amazon or into the stores it is highly unlikely you will find anything. ?
That’s where we come in!
We have secured a vendor for you to order up on the masks if you find yourself needing them in two weeks or more. It is important to think ahead. Remember, when people start returning back to work throughout May and June these will be in even higher demand. Here is what you need to know before you continue reading:
- Sold in quantities of 120.
- $3.60 each. Jumpers get them for $3.00 each (20% savings!)
- Total investment $432 regularly. $360.00 with your discount.
- Price includes shipping to the USA (outside USA is extra)
- You can expect them in roughly 14 days (right now).
- Each box comes with 120 masks. If you wear one mask a day and have a staff of 4, that will last you one month. Score!
- They are black, so they won’t show any dirt 🙂
- They are one layer. It is literally a “Bella” (not me) brand TShirt. You can see through it if you hold it up to the light. That means they are very breathable. The CDC recommends that you are able to breathe through it.
- They have two holes where the ears are. So they fit large and small faces.
- The material is a little stretchy. Cotton and Polyester blend.
- You can hand wash them.
- They cover your nose and mouth
- They are not medical grade.
- They are meant to be disposable.
- There is only one layer.
- They are close to your face.
Here Are The Specifics According To The Manufacturer:
CDC Recommends Face Coverings:
Their website says, “In light of new data about how COVID-19 spreads, along with evidence of widespread COVID-19 illness in communities across the country, CDC recommends that people wear a cloth face covering to cover their nose and mouth in the community setting. This is to protect people around you if you are infected but do not have symptoms.”
They also say that you need to wear the coverings, “A cloth face covering should be worn whenever people are in a community setting, especially in situations where you may be near people. These settings include grocery stores and pharmacies. These face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing. Cloth face coverings are especially important to wear in public in areas of widespread COVID-19 illness.”
Source: CDC Website
Breathable Is Key For Dog Walkers
The CDC says that, “surgical masks and N95 respirators are in short supply and should be reserved for healthcare workers or other medical first responders, as recommended by CDC guidelines.”
I have been wondering how dog walkers were going to be walking with masks with the summer coming up. As I was walking around Costco in my mask made by someone local, I was getting hot because it was heavy and not that breathable. These, you can breathe through. I feel like they would be much more enjoyable to walk with on.
Who Else Can You Help?
Think about being the “hero” in your community. Is there a vet office, rescue, or other organization that you know could benefit from this? Could you not only supply your staff but maybe also leave one or two for your clients as a thoughtful gift?
- Pet Stores
- Day Cares
Imagine walking in with these to give them as a gift. That is going to go a lot longer than cookies or candy that pet sitters and dog walkers are typically bringing into these places.
Want Higher Quality or Your Logo On Them?
Personally, I don’t believe in putting your logo on something like this, but that is an option. There are also options for masks that are a little more sturdy, not AS disposable, and a little more heavy duty. They are considerably more expensive though and start at about $500 an order. You get fewer masks of course. Feel free to email me if you want to see the other options.
Although, if I were still running my company, I would use these TShirt ones in a heartbeat! They are comfortable, stretchy, breathable, and easy to use. 🙂
Disclaimer: This is not intended for medical use. This is not medical advice.