DAVE LIEBER / OCT 21
DALLAS MORNING NEWS / WATCHDOG INVESTIGATE COLUMN
Masks for Kids
If you do a web search for masks for children, a lot of products come up, but John and David say they are not high-quality masks.
They are mostly either small adult masks repackaged and claiming to fit children, or they are neck gaiters, those scarf-like masks that provide minimal protection. Adult-sized masks don't provide a tight seal for children. Sometimes they can reach up to a child's eyes.
So they decided to build an N95-type mask that fits ages 4 and up. And they vowed to make it the highest quality they could. Some warned them they couldn't do it.
Meet the new Kid 95....
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