The Indy | Face Mask

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Now you and your pet can be stylish and safe together! 

Our reusable face masks are machine washable and have been designed with comfort, fit and hygiene in mind.  

Our masks feature a filter pocket, nose wire sleeve, and sleeves for ear elastic - all of which allow for a customisable fit, easy removal of wires and elastic for safe machine washing, and the ability to replace all three components as needed.

The outer fabric of this mask matches our pet bandanas and accessories of the same name.  

The mask’s inner lining is made using a quality cotton fabric. 

This is a very limited edition style, so if you like it grab it before it disappears!

Fabrics are hand cut, sewn and made with love in a smoke-free home in Redland City, Brisbane.
Includes: Fabric Mask, 2 x PM2.5 Filters, and 2 x Sets of Elastic
 Size Guide
Regular: 14cm (Nose to Mouth) x 11.5cm (Nose to Ear)
Large: 16.5cm (Nose to Mouth) x 12.5cm (Nose to Ear)
All mask sizes have two strands of 28cm (11") length elastic to allow for a fully customisable fit.
The regular size mask fits most adults, whilst the large size masks suit men with beards.
If you find the mask bunches on your cheeks or is uncomfortable around your ears, try tying the elastic so it goes around your head instead as this will often allow the mask to sit flat.

 Care Instructions
Machine washable with warm/cold water and mild detergent (best done in a wash bag).
Line dry flat in shade.
Do not wash with or iron over filters, elastic or nose wire - remove all of these prior to washing.
We highly recommend you wash your mask before the first use, and after every use.
Replacing elastic is easily done using a safety pin or hair pin to feed through the ear sleeves.

Product Disclaim
Please note: These masks are not intended for ages 3 and under or individuals with respiratory concerns.
This fabric face mask is not medical-grade nor a replacement for a proper surgical mask.  This mask is not proven to provide immunity from airborne viruses. A mask might make you feel a little comfier if you’re forced to travel through public spaces, and it might help you avoid compulsively touching your face (a hard habit to break, we know).

Obviously if you’re a health worker or sick with the virus, you should be using a medical-grade mask and following advice from the relevant authorities.

For more information to protect yourself and others visit Australia’s government website at
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