Some of the issues are:
After visiting more than 50 schools, and observing the various types of mask on offer and worn by students, it became evident that Cost and quantity, not Quality or Practicality was the deciding factor in procuring face masks.
I was able to examine some examples provided by the Department of Education, and they were of a poor quality and an uncomfortable fit. Moreover, no thought was given to proper finish and durability.
Some masks were nothing more than 2 pieces of cheap cloth sewn together.
A lot of companies manufacturing masks are making “one size fits all” products.
Our Standard Fitted mask, as manufactured by our team at Genesis Style has the following features:
There are plenty of cheap masks available, but the quality leaves much to be desired.
“Cheap is always expensive in the long run”