We’re racing against the clock to manufacture reusable masks.

We’re partnering with our manufacturers to develop and ship masks immediately to healthcare workers, families, and essential employees working through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Order, donate, or help us help others.
We’re partnering with our manufacturers to develop and ship masks immediately to healthcare workers, families, and essential employees working through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Order, donate, or help us help others.

We're creating a reloadable silicone mask.

It’s a breathable face shield, made with the same platinum-grade, FDA and LFGB approved silicone we use to make all GIR products. Fitted with a PM2.5 filter (the same technology used in N95 masks), these masks can help fight the spread of COVID-19. We’re planning to package each mask with 10 filters to start, and offer bulk refills too.

The silicone mask can be sterilIzed in an autoclave, dishwasher, or oven. If you don’t have the time or equipment for proper sterilization, you can clean it with household cleaning products like clorox or soap and hot water. The filters should be replaced as needed, but can be worn for a full day.

While our reloadable silicone masks shouldn’t replace N95 surgical or procedural masks, they are another much-needed option in the race to protect our communities from the spread of COVID-19.

Together we can help.
Here's how.

If you know of a hospital or essential business that needs to protect their teams and would like to purchase these in bulk, at cost, email us at: helpers@gir.co.

If you know a reporter or editor who can help us get the word out so we can fund donations, please share this page with them.

Community Updates

Tuesday, March 24th

The first batches of N95 mask donations arrived at our fulfillment center in Lake Forest, CA and our design + marketing HQ in NYC. We're starting up distribution.

Saturday, March 21st

We started working with our primary factory to get the silicone mask tool online. Sourcing PM2.5 masks from appropriately certified factories begins.

Week of March 16th

Three of our factories offered to donate N95 masks from their personal supplies and help us source even more. We took them up on it, and pulled in 2000 N95 and 3-layer masks to donate to our local hospitals.

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