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    Mask Options & Pricing

    Single Ply Pattern Mask

    Mask-3-Positions

    Product Details


    • Fabric: 95% Cotton, 5% Spandex
    • Available in black, blank or with white imprint. (imprint recommendations)
    • Washable & Reusable
    • Made in the USA
    • Packs of 100

    Pricing Information

    New-Lower-PriceBlack Mask (No Imprint, Turnaround 2-4 business days):

    • 100-300      $1.20
    • 301-600      $1.10
    • 601-1200+  $1.00
    • Individual poly-bagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

    Black Mask With White Imprint (Turnaround 7-10 business days). Call for multi-color prints.

     

    • 100-300      $2.00 each
    • 301-600      $1.70 each
    • 601-1200+  $1.50 each
    • Individual poly-bagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

    3-Ply White Mask

    3-PLY-FDA-Worn

    Product Details


    • Fabric: 3-ply 100% Cotton
    • Available in white, blank or with 1 color, water-based Ink.
    • Moisture wicking.
    • Washable & reusable.

    Pricing Information

    White Mask (No Imprint) packs of 50.

    • 100-300.  $1.50
    • 301-600.  $1.45
    • 601-1200+  $1.35
    • Individual polybagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

    White Mask With 1 Color Imprint (water-based ink) Call for multi-color prints.:

    • 100-300      $2.30 each
    • 301-600      $2.05 each
    • 601-1200+  $1.85 each
    • Individual polybagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

    Supply Your Own Masks

    Cost for printing in 1 color. Call for multi-color prints.

     

    • 100-300.   $.70 each
    • 301-600     $.55 each
    • 601-1200.  $.45 each
    • 1201-2000. $.35 each
    • 2001+. Call for pricing.
    • Individual polybagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

    Polybagging & Finishing

    Individual Polybagging of Fabric Masks

    • Individual polybagging + .10
    • Bag in groups of 2-5 + .15
    • Add 2 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer + $2.

     

    Imprint Recommendations

    Screen Print Sizing & Placement Options

     

    Single Ply Mask

    Black-Mask-Imprints

    Possible Imprint Locations:

    • Right Center - max size 2"w x 2.5"h
    • Center Bottom - max size 3.5"w x 1.5"h
    • Left Center - max size 2"w x 2.5"h

    If imprinting, we recommend avoiding the absolute center to keep breathing airflow unobstructed.

    White imprint only. Call for multi-color prints.

    3-Ply White Mask

    3-Ply-White-Sizing

    Imprinting with water-based inks. 

    1 color imprints only. Call for multi-color prints.

    Care Instructions

    • Wear no more than once before washing.
    • Machine wash warm.
    • Use only non-chlorine bleach if needed.
    • Tumble dry high heat.

    Links & Sell Sheets

    Blind Sell Sheets

    Single Ply Mask Sell Sheet

    3-Ply White Mask Sell Sheet

    Centers For Disease Control & Prevention

    The nation's health protection agency, CDC saves lives and protects people from health, safety, and security threats.

    Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19.

    Download CDC cloth face covering instructions PDF.

    Other Mask Information

    How to make a DIY fabric face mask from a t-shirt.

    How to make a no-sew bandana face mask.

    Cautions & Disclaimers

    Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final. 

    The face cover should not be used (1) in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, may be expected; (2) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high; or (3) in the presence of a high intensity heat source or flammable gas. We make no warranties, either express or implied, that the face cover prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.

    CHOOSING THE RIGHT TSHIRT: A Guide To Contemporary T-Shirt Fabrics

    In 1955, James Dean donned a plain white tee in Rebel Without A Cause making t shirts a fashion staple. To say t-shirts have come a long way since then is an understatement. Now a staple of the promotional products industry, t-shirts have exploded in terms of the styles available. Your options are even more complicated by the number of different fabrics on the market. Which t-shirt fabric is the best choice for your order?

    This guide offers a breakdown of the types of cotton that are available, how manufacturing affects quality, and other factors to consider when deciding on the best t-shirt for an order.

     

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