Custom Ink’s new effort to distribute cloth face masks

Davida Erdahl

Custom Ink, the online leader in custom apparel and accessories for groups and communities, has announced that the company has launched a new effort to help produce and distribute cloth face masks to the public, in support of the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that Americans […]

Custom Ink, the online leader in custom apparel and accessories for groups and communities, has announced that the company has launched a new effort to help produce and distribute cloth face masks to the public, in support of the recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that Americans voluntarily wear such masks outside the home. 

 

The one-piece cloth masks are made from a single piece of soft jersey fabric without sewing.

 

“We hope this effort will help our customers follow the CDC’s cloth mask guidance and do their part for public health, while protecting medical-grade masks for healthcare professionals,” Marc Katz, CEO and co-founder of Custom Ink, said in a press release. “I am very proud and grateful for our team’s quick work on making this pivot in a matter of days, so we’re able to provide this convenient and economical option.”

 

Currently, Custom Ink is offering a 12-unit Family Pack, as well as a 120-unit team pack for businesses and organisations. The masks are currently available in black, and the company expects to add additional colours and customisation options in the near future.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)

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