MASK REVISION

Introduction: MASK REVISION

About: In my shop I have a name for hammer, saw, and plier. The saw is Tess, the hammer's Joe, and Glumdalclitch is the plier. Yes, I'm brillig, and my slithy toves still gyre and gimble in the wabe. With that, le…

In my Little Shop of Jarfold I use these inexpensive painters' masks. They have one loop that goes around the back of your head and doesn't really pull the mask close to your face. They also have slippage problems. Not good in an age of COVID 19. I decided to fix that. Following is a simple Instructable.

Step 1: THE MASK

See the mask. The mask is boring. Let us spruce it up first.

Step 2: SPRUCED UP MASK

See the mask. The mask is happy. It makes you look happy when you wear it. It is fun to be happy. Happy. Happy. Happy. Oh, but the elastic loop does not work well. That makes me sad. It is not fun to be sad. Sad. Sad. Sad.

Step 3: EAR LOOPS

The single loop is bad. Bad. Bad. Bad. It needs to be fixed. Just cut it in the middle and staple each piece back onto the mask. That was easy peasy. Easy peasy is nice. Nice. Nice. Nice.

Step 4: EAR LOOPS

See the two loops. One loop for each ear. How clever.

Step 5: A HAPPY KINK JARFOLD

See me. I am happy. At least my happy mask makes me look happy. Happy. Happy. Happy. And what is that gesture I am giving you? Ah, yes, "Live long and prosper."

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    3 Comments

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    attosa
    attosa

    2 years ago

    Cool how we always know it's you even when you're covered up ;)

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    Kink Jarfold
    Kink Jarfold

    Reply 2 years ago

    Well, my dear, for a treat, take a look at my profile pix. there is one I'll leave up for a bit --me: unmaksed.

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    attosa
    attosa

    Reply 2 years ago

    I SEE IT woohoo! Love it!