(disclaimer) The "Ka-Chu" facecover is not certified for medical use by NIOSH, the responsible U.S. federal agency. Neither is it a substitute for social distancing recommended by the U. S. Center for Disease Control (CDC).


Ka-Chu Facecover

Use With Caution

Discontinue use if you experience difficulty breathing or overheat.

Do not touch the inner or outer breathing surface area's of the Ka-chu. Wash your hands if accidentally you touch them.

Do not reverse sides unless the Ka-Chu has been washed first.

Follow the Stowage Proceedure even if you use a ziplock bag or other type pouch for stowage.

Keep a spare with you in case the Ka-Chu becomes soiled or unsafe to use.

The Ka-Chu should NOT be worn by children younger than two, people who have trouble breathing, or people who require assistance removing it.

Do not lay the Ka-Chu on a surface which may be touched by others.

A wet Ka-chu can still block your coughs and sneezes, but not incoming germs migrating through it. It can become more difficult to breathe through until it dries.

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