1. Mask storage
– Phthalate-free zipper bag is easy to carry
and helps keep your mask safe and sanitary.

2. Anti-bacterial
– Helps to keep masks fresh by extracting odors (Escherichia coli ATCC 25922, Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 6538).
– Contains: ammonia, acetyl, methylamine, formaldehyde,
acetaldehyde, benzene, toluene, methyl mercaptan

3. Moisture removal
– Moisture-absorbent deodorant removes moisture
from the mask and helps to dehumidify masks.
– Contains a dehumidifying component that takes away moisture.

4. Mask deodorization
Ammonia, trimethylamine, formaldehyde,
acetaldehyde, benzene, toluene, methyl mercaptan

5. Repeated use
– Reheat and reuse the moisture-absorbent deodorant when its color changed.
– Helps to safely store masks for reuse.
– Storing capabilities to keep masks safe and hygienically clean for reuse.

Helps to storage masks to keep them
hygienically clean, deodorize and dehumidify.


■How to use

1. Fold a new mask or used mask into the mask storage case.
– Do not remove the orange-colored moisture-absorbent deodorant inside the case.

2. Reheat and reuse the moisture-absorbent deodorant
when its color turns from orange to dark green (it usually takes 7-10 days).

– When reheating in the microwave, take
and reheat the moisture-absorbent deodorant alone.

– It is more effective to have it stand against a microwave-safe cup or bowl to dry.
– Reheat 1-3 times for about 30 seconds with a short break in between.
(Risk of burning or damage if you heat it for a too long time without a break.)
– Put the deodorant back in the case after it gets dry and cool.
– Replace with a new one if the deodorizing effect decrease.
– It is time to replace the mask with a new one
when it feels uncomfortable even after storing it in the case.

– Take the moisture-absorbent deodorant alone
when reheating it in the microwave.
– Do not use the product for purposes other than what it is intended.
– Do not put the moisture absorber to the fire directly to dry.
– Take emergency measures and consult your doctor
when you eat or swallow the content.
– Be careful not to burn when using the microwave.

RISK OF SUFFOCATION : Plastic bags and films can be dangerous.
To avoid the danger of suffocation, keep this bag
or film away from babies and children.

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