Spray Away D.O.A. on Masks

Face masks are not "perfect" protection. They must be coated with PCA crystals in Spray Away D.O.A. to add further protection. Masks are vulnerable to live microbe droplets in the air. The added protection with Spray Away kills the microbes - Dead on Arrival.
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Limitations of Your Mask’s Protection; You Need to MAX your MASK.

Face masks do not block or kill a virus, but rather harbor them in a moist environment. The virus arrives in an air born droplet. It stays in your mask as a droplet. Your breathing pumps more moisture into the mask.

Even after removing the mask, the virus may live 7 days until full drying occurs.

A study from the medical journal Lancet showed that the SARS-CoV-2 virus remained on the outside of the surgical masks for up to 7 days and up to 4 days on the inside of the mask.

There is a solution. You need to prophylactically coat both sides of your mask with a long-lasting residual antimicrobial reagent with the potential to inactivate the microbes within your mask. Allow the spray to dry a few minutes before using mask. Spray mask daily and certainly after washing.

A virus, especially that of SARS CoV-2 (COVID19) is transmitted in a droplet expelled from the infected subject into the surrounding air. The small-sized droplets are known to stay in the air for up to 30 minutes. This causes danger in two ways. One way is that the unexpecting subject walks into the infected space. The other way is that the aerophilized droplets return to a room via a re-circulation air conditioning system.

Uninterrupted, the small droplets with the virus are inhaled or breathed in via the nose and or mouth of the subject on their way uninterrupted to the target organ, the lungs.

Face mask coverings varying in nature and effectiveness based upon design and how they fit or are worn. No mask or face shield can be a perfect barrier. All masks allow for air passage so the subject can breathe. If air can go through then the small droplets are pulled out of the adjacent air and into the mask. The droplet will first attach to the fibers of the mask. The wet virus-containing droplet is not killed when it hits the mask.

You would hope the virus-containing droplets would be held in the mask, yet in time they may work their way through the mask. Notice how many masks move in and out with breathing. This also applies to those who are potential transmitters of a virus going out through a mask.

It is important to recognize the virus remains alive and potentially infective as long as it is in a liquid medium. The virus-containing droplet will remain wet and infective until it spontaneously dries and/or dies.

Unfortunately, breathing through the mask delivers additional moisture from the subject’s respiratory system, mouth, and or nostrils to keep the area of air transmission moist. Even after discarding the virus reportedly remains alive and potentially infective in the mask for 7 days until it dries.

Problem: There must be a means of killing the alive virus in the moist mask.

Solution: A method does exist. The mask can be pro-actively sprayed with an alcohol solution containing a naturally occurring phytochemical, protocatechuate which will leave a residual anti-microbial crystalline coating on and in the mask. The alcohol kills what is there, but not after evaporation. A longer lasting proprietary protocatechuate crystalline coating remains behind on all of the mask’s fibers so that any subsequent microbes are inactivated upon contact. This dual-action sanitizer is available exclusively on this web site.

You Need to MAX your MASK.