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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how easy it is to to make masks from our kits with a simple scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, demonstrates how to to make masks from our kits with a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a hole punch to make fast masks from our kits.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, shows the proper use of Rebel face masks.

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Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to make masks from our kits with a scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, demonstrates how to make face masks from our kits with a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a hole punch to make fast masks from our kits.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, shows the proper use of Rebel face masks.

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Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how easy it is to to make masks from our kits with a simple scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, demonstrates how to make face masks from our kits with a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a hole punch to make fast masks from our kits.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, of the Medical College of Wisconsin, demonstrates proper use of Rebel face masks.

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Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how easy it is to to make masks from our kits with a scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to make our face masks with just a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a simple handheld hole punch to make our face masks.

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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how easy it is to to make masks from our kits with a simple scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, demonstrates how to make face masks from our kits with a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a hole punch to make fast masks from our kits.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, demonstrates proper use of Rebel face masks.

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Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Making Masks - Scissors

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how easy it is to to make masks from our kits with a simple scissors.

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Making Masks - Stapler

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, demonstrates how to to make masks from our kits with a stapler.

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Making Masks - Hole Punch

Thaddeus Kryshak, Rebel Converting, shows how to use a hole punch to make fast masks from our kits.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, demonstrates proper use of Rebel face masks.

Play
Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Making Masks - Wisconsin Metals

How to make face masks from our kits using the Wisconsin Metals fixture and a simple household stapler.

Play
Improvise A Mask

The surgeon general of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams, demonstrates how to make a homemade version.

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Wearing A Rebel Mask

Christopher Davis, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, demonstrates proper use of Rebel face masks.

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Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

Using Hole Punch

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your hole puncher. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and hole punch.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each. Take care to make a strong crease.

accordionfold

PUNCH A HOLE

Put your hole puncher about 3/4" from the end and insert it on the end that has two folds. In the middle of the fabric punch a hole firmly.

punch hole

LOOP THROUGH HOLE

Insert a latex-free rubber band through the hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the other loop and pull to tighten. Ensure your loop is facing the end of the fabric that has loose edges.

rubberband

FLIP & REPEAT 

Repeat steps 5 and 6 again to complete the others ide of the mask.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Using Scissors

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Again using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your scissors. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and scissors.

roll

TEAR AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD ACCORDION-STYLE

Fold back and forth, accordion-style, three times, creating four panels that are about 1 1/2" each.

accordionfold landscape

FOLD IN HALF

Fold the entire sheet once more, hot-dog-style. Width will be about 3/4".

scissors half fold

FOLD EDGE IN

On each end of the fabric, fold inward about 3/4".

ends in

CUT THE CORNER

Using your cleaned scissors, cut a small (approx 1/8") triangle from inside end of both of the folded corners.

scissor holes

REOPEN LAST TWO FOLDS

Unfold the edge where you cut. When you unfold the fabric again, from 3/4" to 1 1/2: horizontal, you will see that we have two holes on each end.

scissorsfold

LOOP THROUGH HOLES

Insert a latex-free rubber band through one hole to create two circles on each side of the fabric – next, thread one end through the middle of the loop and pull to tighten. Repeat on the other side.

rubberband

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion.    

box

Using Stapler

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

spraybottle

PREP EQUIPMENT

Set out your roll of melt blown polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

roll

TEAR ROLL AT PERFORATION

Rip off single sheet of the melt blown polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus. If the fold is off by more than 1/8", you're going to want to refold it to be precise.

sheets

FOLD INWARD

Fold the end of the fabric in towards the middle of the fabric. Leaving a 1" gap at the far end of the fabric.

stapler fold

FOLD OUTWARD

Using the folded top flap, double-back the fabric about 1" from your original crease towards the edge.

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the other side. Again fold the loose end inward leaving a 1" gap on the end. Then double back so that the new crease is flush with the other crease. This will create three panels.

shape

LOOP RUBBER BAND

Place the rubber band on the end of the fabric about 1/2" from the edge.

rubber bandloop

FOLD OVER FABRIC

Fold the end of the fabric over the rubber band.

stapler final fold

STAPLE

Staple the loose end twice so that the flat end. of the staples are on the inside of the mask. Staple as close to the rubber band as possible.

stapler

REPEAT ON THE OTHER SIDE

Repeat steps 6, 7 and 8 again to complete the other side of the mask. Take care to make all the staples face the same direction.

repeat

STORE IN BOX

Put on the first mask and keep on while making the remainder. Resanitize your workspace. Place all the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled close box and mark with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you've been wearing or discard it.

box

Stapler/With Fixture

By Wisconsin Metal Parts

wisconsin metal parts

CLEAN YOUR WORK AREA

Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and warm water. Using soap and water, followed by a disinfectant, thoroughly clean your work space. Also clean your stapler. Ensure you don't allow any contaminants into the area and to clean again if you touch your face, phone or any other objects.

Prep Equipment

Set out your roll of Melt-blown Polypropylene, rubber bands and stapler.

2

Tear Roll at Perforation

Rip off a single sheet of the Melt-blown Polypropylene. This is already folded in half and treated to prevent permeation of the virus.

Open the Fixture

Slide the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position. Do not lock them.

3

Place Fabric in the Fixture

Place the sheet of fabric in the center of the fixture and make sure it lays flat.

6

Position the Center Plate

Place the center plate in the middle of the fixture, making sure that the outer form blades will clear the vertical tab.

8

Press and Slide

Apply downward pressure on the center plate and slide one of the outer form blades inward, tucking part of the fabric underneath.

98

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 7 on the other side of the fixture, while holding the first side back.

1112

Loop Rubber Bands

Place rubber bands around the ends of the outer form blades, trapping the fabric top and bottom.

14

Position Outer Form Blades

Pull the outer form blades to the "OPEN" position and slide forward to lock the fixture in position.

17

Remove Center Plate

Carefully pull the center plate out of the fixture.

18

Staple

Fold fabric inward over the top of the rubber band and staple in place twice.

20

Repeat on Other Side

Repeat Step 12 on the opposite side of the mask.

22

Remove Mask And Store

Remove the completed mask from the fixture and repeat!

Put on the first mask and keep it on while making the remainder of masks. Place all of the completed masks back in the box for storage. Once completed and filled, close the box and mark it with the date and time of completion. Keep the mask you have been wearing or discard it.

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