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Cannabis Print Masks | 6-Color Hand Block Print | Fully Adjustable

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Cannabis Botanical | 6-Color Hand Block Print | Biophilic Design

We created masks from our super sophisticated cannabis botanical block print and packed it with quality details.  This subtle, optimistic, biophilic design celebrates warmer weather and an open world.

Features Include

  • Three soft fabric layers with integrated filter pocket
  • Outer layer is custom 6-color hand block printed 100% cotton
  • Inner layer is 100% cotton batiste
  • Padded nose wire-for a snug, no-fog fit
  • Padded chin wire, for a customized fit
  • Adjustable ear loops for a comfortable, customizable fit
  • Breathable
  • Skin friendly
  • Washable
  • Reusable
  • Imported textile and tailoring

Note: The CDC advises "the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others.

Washing Instructions

Hand wash or machine wash in cold water. Dry flat for best shape retention. Do not bleach.

FAQs

How do I get a good fit?

We prototyped these masks more than 50 times to get the best fit. Masks should fit snugly but comfortably around the face to provide barrier protection without breathing restriction. Masks need to be adjustable to be comfortable over long wear. Our masks feature a customizable chin wire and nose bridge.

Should I wash the mask?

Yes. It is ideal to wash masks after every wearing.

Washing Instructions

Hand wash or machine wash in cool water. Dry flat for best shape retention. Do not bleach.

Do your masks include filters?

No. We integrate a filter pocket so you can replace filters often. Hint: Filter inserts are either hydrophobic (resists liquids) or hydrophilic (absorbs liquids). Hydrophobic nonwovens made of PP (polypropylene) or PET (polyethylene terephthalate) are ideal.

How-to-Use

  • Observe all the normal precautions. Wash hands often. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Wash the mask daily.
  • Cover your mouth, nose and chin properly with mask.
  • Buy the right size mask. The goal is maximum barrier protection and long-wearing comfort. Most men will wear the Large/XL. Most women will wear the Medium/Large. Younger adults and those with a smaller frame will wear the Small/Medium.
  • Pre-adjust the ear loops toward your ideal size to minimize how frequently you have to touch the mask.
  • Hold ear loops by your hands, face the concave side and identify the nose wire side.
  • Pull the loops over your ears to cover your nose, mouth & chin properly.
  • Adjust the bendable nose wire for full mask contact.
  • Adjust the bendable chin wire for a comfortable, full-contact fit.

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    Natural dyes become colorfast with natural mordants that bind the color to textiles, enduringly. This amazingly sophisticated heritage craft is a standard in sustainable fashion.


    The historical center of beautiful textiles is India, which has a textile tradition going back at least 4,000 years on two vectors. One vector is handweaving, which the market valued for sensory qualities of airiness, softness and coolness on the skin. The other is India’s unparalleled command of natural plant dyes, refined pattern designs and sophisticated, sequenced techniques of printing, dyeing and binding color to cloth.

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    Hand block printing with natural dyes adds color, texture and pattern durably and sustainably, using only plants, minerals & heritage techniques. There are many ways to block print color and pattern onto textiles but the two main traditions are 1) direct printing on a plain background and 2) resist printing, which preserves the natural cloth color, or allows the design to take toned background colors. Our bandanas use combined techniques.

Kashish is a general term for the gray patterns, and especially Indigo natural dyes (the distinctive blues).  Kashish was the first colorfast dyeing technique that yielded universally craveable color. In Bagru, a traditional center of block printing, locals claim the plants taught them how to use leaves, roots and mordants to create, apply and fix vibrant colors. (Mordants are either from Harda fruit or metallic salts.  Both add color and also bind hues to fabrics enduringly). Our natural dye bandanas use natural Harda.



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    Our block prints are part of a craft guild model that honors deep expertise. In the industrial model, workers do one repetitive job. The craft model of our bandanas is a deeply interconnected and interdependent flow of skills and services where each bandana touches between 15-20 families.  These interdependent families embody legacy know-how. 


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    Caution Keep natural dyes away from anything acidic or alkaline, which can instantly bleach natural dyes. The stay-away list includes citrus, wine, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, calcium, baking soda, etc.

  • Shipping


    This product ships by standard delivery which you'll receive in about 5-10 days

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