Mystic Seaport Burgee Face Mask
This reusable, washable fabric face cover serves as a barrier. This 3-layer construction face mask is comfortable and breathable, ideal for daily wear, and has adjustable elastic ear loops. It can be washed normal as any fabric for reusable use. It is designed to cover the wearer's nose and mouth. We suggest washing your face mask before wearing.
Our face mask was created with our environment in mind using recycled polyester created from water bottles, transitional cotton, and environmentally conscious screen printing.
Fabrication: 3-LAYER CONSTRUCTION: Outer layer 100% polyester fused to a 2nd layer of non-woven polypropylene, inner layer of 100% cotton
The Museums Burgee is bathed in history. The experiences of the people who served, and serve under it have given it a special meaning for over 175 years. The large letter "M" in the center of the burgee has inspired plenty of speculation and opinions over the years as to what it stands for. Because it is the flag of Mystic Seaport Museum, it would naturally seem to stand for Mystic. But where does the design and meaning come from originally? There are many possibilities considering how many significant names at the Museum begin with the letter "M" . This specific flag was the personal flag of Charles W. Morgan, who was an agent for a number of whaleships. Once the whaleship Charles W. Morgan came to the museum in 1941, we adopted the flag as our own. So you can see how the people who served under that flag have varied experiences over the 178 years since the Morgan flew it.
These are not medical grade masks or intended to be used for medical purposes and we are unable to verify the efficacy of our masks due to the wide variation of applications. A mask is better than no mask at all and should be only a piece of any risk reduction strategy. Our masks are intended for limited duration usage when disposable alternatives are not available. Remove if damp and clean immediately after each usage. Avoid touching mask while using it. Do not use a mask if you are having difficulty breathing. Our masks do not seal to the face and therefore do not provide respiratory protection against airborne diseases. For that purpose, a respirator is required. Our masks should not be used (1) in any surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids, may be expected; (2) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high; or (3) in the presence of a high intensity heat source or flammable gas. Ecocentric, Ltd DBA Kastlfel and the Denver print House makes no warranties, either express or implied, that the mask prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.