Where do you keep your face masks? Stuffed in your coat pocket? Thrown on the coffee table? The time has come to be much more organised. Whether it's a container to store your clean masks by the front door so you never leave without one, or a handy pouch to put one in when you are out and about, we've got you covered…
How should I store my face mask?
Cleaning and laundry expert, Deyan Dimitrov, CEO of dry cleaning and laundry service Laundryheap, advised us: "If you take your mask off for whatever reason, make sure to store it properly until you get home to wash it. Leaving your mask loosely in your handbag could transfer germs to other items in your handbag and vice versa. Therefore, a bag or container is a wise move.
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Where can I buy a face mask storage case?
There are several inexpensive cask mask storage cases that you can buy online, including ones you can get your name added to. Or you can even use sandwich bags to store them safely. For in the home, there are even nice personalised storage boxes on the market that have a very Mrs Hinch feel about them.
These colourful pouches are oh-so cute.
Personalised mask pouch and hand sanitizer kit, £11.90, Etsy
Never forget your mask again with a handy key ring holder.
Two pack key chain holders, £8.99, Amazon
Make sure your masks are organised with these cute bags.
Clean dirty bags, from £3.50, Etsy
Antibacterial dustproof mask case, £2.29, Amazon
These sandwich bags can be used for face masks instead!
Reusable sandwich bag, £12.79, Amazon
How cute will these tins look on your kitchen side?
Personalised mask storage box tin, £9.00, Etsy
Remember that medical experts, including John Hopkins Medicine, advise that you should ideally wash your mask after every use to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Face mask storage case 2 pack available in several colours, £5.99, Amazon
Masks can be effectively cleaned in the washing machine with your clothes – no need to wash them separately. But if you are looking to go the extra step, you can invest in a household steriliser which uses ultraviolet rays to kill bacteria, similar to many used in beauty salons to clean equipment.
Uniharpa household steriliser box, £59.99, Amazon
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