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Shima Seiki
Shima Seiki

20th April 2020, Kansas, USA

COVID-19: Knit-Rite switches to make DTYF facemasks

© Knit-Rite.Knit-Rite, a leading US based designer, manufacturer, and marketer of innovative textiles for the medical and consumer markets, has switched production to help in the COVID-19 response, introducing a range of DTYF general non-medical face masks.

“We touch our faces all the time. So often, that the odds of recontamination of our hands between washings is extremely high. Wearing a face mask can help prevent you from touching your face and mouth, potentially decreasing your risk of contracting illnesses,” the Kansas based company says.

DTYF (presumably Don’t Touch Your Face?) masks have a two-layer design with knitted-in pocket that holds an optional filter (not included) and offers added protection. The masks are said to be durable and their lightweight yarns provide a protective physical barrier and keep the wearer cool and comfortable.

DTYF are made from exceptionally soft yarns, including ear loops, for optimal wearing comfort and are easy to care for (machine wash cold, tumble dry low, do not bleach). The masks are designed with super stretchy yarns to provide comfortable fit.

For every mask purchased, Knit-Rite will donate a mask to an organization serving vulnerable populations.

To buy Knit-Rite DTYF Masks please follow the link below:

https://www.dtyfmask.com/

Knit-Rite, founded in 1923, is a leading designer, manufacturer, and marketer of innovative textiles for the medical and consumer markets. The Knit-Rite team, including four generations of practitioners, has supported the orthotic and prosthetic profession with textile solutions that promote mobility, protection, and comfort.

Therafirm, a division of Knit-Rite, is a leading manufacturer of quality compression hosiery and socks. With experience making compression hosiery for almost 60 years, Therafirm continues to innovate compression garments, developing scientifically advanced products that are fashionable and comfortable while delivering the healthy benefits patients and consumers need. Therafirm offers a full line of true gradient compression hosiery in light, mild, moderate and firm support for a variety of markets.

Knit-Rite owns manufacturing facilities in Kansas and North Carolina and is committed to producing products in the USA that allow a closer direct link to retailers and the ability to shorten its customers' supply chain management. Each plant has obtained ISO 13485 certification.

To buy Knit-Rite DTYF Masks please follow the link below:

https://www.dtyfmask.com/

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