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Vintage Hawaiian Rayon Fabric on a Vintage Surgical Mask - Not Ready to Ship Yet

Not Available: We have some issues with this material and are not able to offer it yet, but it is available as the printed design shown on the other page. Once this is resolved we will offer this product again.

We are sewing vintage Rayon Hawaiian fabric to a vintage surgical mask brand new, collectible. These can be used as a dust mask, not protection for Coronavirus or Covid-19. Reusable and washable. You can also send in your own fabric and I can apply it to these mask for an additional per mask cost. The base mask is from old-stock Rayon with an exotic Hawaiian print and the masks have tie-strings for securing. We have only a limited stock of the fabric and masks.

Rayon exhibits some anti-microbial effects like bamboo, so this decorative cover may offer some legitimate protection against microbes. Read more at the link below: A comparative study of regenerated bamboo, cotton and viscose rayon fabrics. Part 2: antimicrobial properties


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Click to enlargeFor Blank Vintage Surgical Mask Cotton - Washable Go here: https://yque.com/blvimisumawi.html
Click to enlargeFor More information on the Mask Shortage and Other Mask Making info during the Coronaviru COVID-19 Crisis go here: https://yque.com/blvimisumawi.html
Click to enlargeCoronavirus COVID-19 Information: Journal of Consumer Sciences - A comparative study of regenerated bamboo, cotton and viscose rayon fabrics. Part 2: antimicrobial properties
Bamboo and Rayon antimicrobial claimsBamboo and Rayon antimicrobial claimsStudy Link: https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jfecs/article/view/69727Regenerated bamboo (also referred to as bamboo viscose or bamboo rayon) is manufactured from natural bamboo fibres in a regeneration process by which bamboo pulp is refined from the stems of the bamboo plant in a process similar to that used to manufacture viscose rayon fibres. The severity of this process has led to scepticism as to whether the antimicrobial properties of the bamboo kun remain unchanged in regenerated bamboo fibres. The question has been raised as to whether residual chemicals on the spun fibres could be the cause of antimicrobial properties.

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