One of the chief concerns of 2020 is “staying safe.” It’s been a tumultuous year that’s pushed everyone to show concern for their own health and the safety of those around them. A consistent difficulty for consumers is finding the right protective products, from masks and gloves to tech solutions such as UVC lights.
Here are some of the absolute best protective gear products for 2020 and into 2021:
Comfortable and Effective Masks:
A well-fitting stylish and comfortable mask is vital for the rest of 2020 and 2021. Masks from SLEEFS, a maker of a variety of sports and lifestyle products, feature a contoured nose shape and durable two-layer construction. Available in a classic black color that goes with anything, the SLEEFS mask is washable and features adjustable over-the-ear straps for a personalized fit.
Boomer Naturals reusable face masks are US lab-certified 99.99% antimicrobial and feature three layers of 65/35 cotton polyester blend, each infused with nano-silver fibers. Chosen as the premier face masks and neck gaiters for CVS Pharmacies, these masks cost less than $10 each and are available in dozens of colors and fun designs for adults and children.
The Power of Light:
UVC sterilization products such as the PurLite Home offer consumers patented, lab-tested, and chemical-free sanitization. It’s proven to kill 99.999% of bacteria and viruses (including coronavirus) residing on household items, including face masks and other protective equipment. It’s available for $199.99 and offers medical-grade protection for the consumer market.
Another powerful UVC light disinfecting product is the Cubby+ from Vioguard. It’s developed by Microsoft using FDA approved technology with a patented ultraviolet light to combat the spread of bacteria and diseases on cell phones, tablets, and various other items. The product is used by home consumers as well as within the hospitality, retail and travel sectors, and is available for $899.00.
Waittkit offers a bundle of PPE products in one convenient purchase. The company’s kit features three disposable 3-ply masks, a face shield, 25 pairs of disposable nitrile gloves, and a 16 oz. hand sanitizer spray with refills. Priced at $39.99, the kit gives consumers a broad range of protection for minimal expense. The product is an acronym for “We Are All in This Together Kit” and features high quality and locally-sourced materials, along with corporate donations for supporting frontline workers.
Consumers looking for the best protective gear should consider these products which can guard them from pathogens while allowing them to go about their daily lives.