How to make a mask at home

Kaitlyn Bowers and Jesse Scales


Masks have become an essential part of everyone’s wardrobe ever since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended mask use when individuals go out in public.

While there are one-use masks, many of us prefer to have options that are reusable. Luckily, there is a quick way to make a mask at home using products you might already have laying around the house.

If this isn’t quite your style, the CDC also offers other instructions on how to construct your own masks at home.


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