Hot Deal Which Mask and Sanitizer Are You Using To Prevent Covid-19

486°
Deal Lieutenant
228
5316
88

Guys, Kindly Share Your Experience About Mask.. Are You Using N95 or any normal mask nowadays… Is It available Online? Also Share Which Sanitizer Are You Using?

55 Comments  |  
33 Dimers
  • Sort By
157
1154
6

Surgical mask is best. Use and throw and has 90% + efficiency. N95 mask loses its efficiency after 4-5 uses and is costly. Cotton mask is worst only 50% efficiency. Any sanitizer with 70% alcohol content is good

228
5316
88
badkarma wrote:

Surgical mask is best. Use and throw and has 90% + efficiency. N95 mask loses its efficiency after 4-5 uses and is costly. Cotton mask is worst only 50% efficiency. Any sanitizer with 70% alcohol content is good

thanks for your genuine views

520
10579
111

Using jockey masks. Found them to be the most convenient so far.

0
5169
12
raghupro wrote:

Using jockey masks. Found them to be the most convenient so far.

Using the same since last 3 months.. fully satisfied with the same.

109
6213
146

Masks dont prevent you getting infected, It is to prevent others from getting infected.. It has always been this way.. You need a respirator to prevent getting infected, it is expensive and also not comfortable to wear.. Also chance of getting infected by surface contact is not possible as the virus is fragile and dies off very fast.. Its an airborne virus.. You need a way to disinfect the air like how you disinfect water using a UV lamp and such… You use a sanitizer for hygiene.. It gets rid of mold and bacteria.. I had no idea most people were so lazy that they never cleaned anything.. Washing your hands is as good as using a sanitizer.. People should by habit practice good hygiene and not because of some meme virus..

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/679226/medium/7558992IqtOTdK.jpg?1618850053

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/679227/medium/7558992J0hG3UO.jpg?1618850057

9
2265
23
badkarma wrote:

Surgical mask is best. Use and throw and has 90% + efficiency. N95 mask loses its efficiency after 4-5 uses and is costly. Cotton mask is worst only 50% efficiency. Any sanitizer with 70% alcohol content is good

100% agree.

520
10579
111
Expand
Ots14 wrote:

Please buy it from shop , today I have received this mask from amazon that is 1st copy of jockey. Btw i have raised complaint against that and received refund.

I always order from Jockey’s website directly.

0
1411
6
SastaRaju wrote:

Using this
https://www.amazon.in/3M-Sarvam-Medium-Piece-Fi...

Covid ka baap bhi ghus nahi pata , complete seal

People look at me like wtf is he wearing

I think it is overkill.
Plus, the 2091 filter system is good for a particular particle size which is unfortunately bigger than covid particle size.

221
4438
28
alienteck wrote:

Masks dont prevent you getting infected, It is to prevent others from getting infected.. It has always been this way.. You need a respirator to prevent getting infected, it is expensive and also not comfortable to wear.. Also chance of getting infected by surface contact is not possible as the virus is fragile and dies off very fast.. Its an airborne virus.. You need a way to disinfect the air like how you disinfect water using a UV lamp and such… You use a sanitizer for hygiene.. It gets rid of mold and bacteria.. I had no idea most people were so lazy that they never cleaned anything.. Washing your hands is as good as using a sanitizer.. People should by habit practice good hygiene and not because of some meme virus..

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/679226/medium/7558992IqtOTdK.jpg?1618850053

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/679227/medium/7558992J0hG3UO.jpg?1618850057

+1. Can’t agree more. Unfortunately, the tribe doesn’t deserve/digest this opinion.

221
4438
28
badkarma wrote:

Surgical mask is best. Use and throw and has 90% + efficiency. N95 mask loses its efficiency after 4-5 uses and is costly. Cotton mask is worst only 50% efficiency. Any sanitizer with 70% alcohol content is good

Surgical masks prevent bacterial infections, not viral

6
13843
156
raghupro wrote:

Using jockey masks. Found them to be the most convenient so far.

from where did you buy? any deals??

0
1411
6
Expand
andromeda wrote:

Surgical masks prevent bacterial infections, not viral

Isn’t surgical mask used for preventing Avian flu, H1N1?
In SE Asia, that is the mask of choice recommended by doctors

520
10579
111
Expand
Cody wrote:

from where did you buy? any deals??

I get them from Jockey’s website directly. No deals.

221
4438
28
Expand
pointshunter wrote:

Isn’t surgical mask used for preventing Avian flu, H1N1?
In SE Asia, that is the mask of choice recommended by doctors

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/covid...

I remember reading some more finer details some time back, but couldn’t fetch them at the moment. Please pass on if you have any references

67
540
4
Expand
pointshunter wrote:

Isn’t surgical mask used for preventing Avian flu, H1N1?
In SE Asia, that is the mask of choice recommended by doctors

No surgical masks always has a gap around cheeks as a result droplets can get in , plus they are single use and gets costly in the long run

Best are N95 or any respirators the later offers complete protection

67
540
4
Expand
pointshunter wrote:

I think it is overkill.
Plus, the 2091 filter system is good for a particular particle size which is unfortunately bigger than covid particle size.

Its the best filter out there if you are working in a covid environment

109
6213
146
Expand
andromeda wrote:

Surgical masks prevent bacterial infections, not viral

People have a hard time understanding, those who work in hospitals wear a mask so they dont infect patients with open wounds and such and also in case they get splattered with blood and fluids.. Why those in an operating room wear a PPE like equipment..

If covering your mouth and such would prevent infections then Muslim women mainly would be the safest group due to how they dress and Saudi Arabia would have passed a rule being president of the UN human rights council that corona is a racist virus and infect only men….

WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE SUCH A HARD TIME WITH SANITIZING AN ENVIRONMENT like using UV sterilization? A special ION filter found in many AC units also kills them.. I bought my LG AC just due to this but the Silver nano wires only last a couple of years and now just shorts instead of zapping virus.. Is it that hard for the WHO to say best thing to do is to sanitize the environment using such things? You can build a UV lamp to do it for rs1000 buying parts from Amazon…

6
418
3
raghupro wrote:

Using jockey masks. Found them to be the most convenient so far.

+1 they are very comfortable

83
3328
48

Yeah using surgical masks here as well for past six months or so, from the brand Filtra. If any better surgical masks available please let me know. Prior to this I was using the wildcraft mask which was really comfortable, but then read surgical ones are better so switched. For sanitiser using lifebuoy. But used Lupin, Godrej too.

I don’t understand if masks don’t save me from catching the virus then what’s the point! I mean okay that it doesn’t spread the virus from me (if I have it) but I need to save myself too, everyone does! What’s the way out here? WTF

50
1149
9
raghupro wrote:

Using jockey masks. Found them to be the most convenient so far.

I had previously tried wildcraft cotton washable masks (hypashield). My main gripe was they used to slip down from the nose even with nose clip adjusted properly. Also the inner layer material after some time used to cause discomfort by getting in the nostril while breathing in.

I know I may not make sense, but had to switch to N95 masks from Venus or boldfit due to these reasons.

If it’s been possible for you to understand what I mean, can you please confirm if the jockey mask has similar issues ?

@Neelay

113
600
11

I’ve been using Yorliv 3 ply surgical Mask from Flipkart. Quality is super good which is 400rs for 100 pieces, now they have increased the price and it often comes back in stock. Used Medikare sanitizer, but had a severe skin irritation. So stopped using, just regular handwash.

Missing