i just received some face mask from china are they safe to use?
- 3 days ago
Let me assure you they are safe. Everyone in China (including myself) uses face masks made in China, and they do seem to be working, aren't they?
- FLv 61 month ago
The NHS seems to get all theirs from China but then the UK gets everything from China these days.
I don’t suppose that’s really reassures you , does it?
- Anonymous1 month ago
I wouldn't. They're a dead former empire of communism. The stores I frequently shop at are all running out of goods made in China. Those shelves are empty. The warranties only work for repairs or replacements from outside of China. What is left of China now is in need of oil and they have sectioned Hong Kong and Macau off from all immigration and travel. The communists are sending attack jets into Taiwan airspace, inciting riots in North America and France, sending military ships into waters off Japan and Singapore and tampering with food supplies in India and Pakistan. They are dying and desperate. So, be safe, and do what everyone does who can't get a mask, buy a washable reusable mask or make one out of a scarf or face cloth.
- Dj2541Lv 71 month ago
I wouldnt use anything that is manufactured in PRC(China). Their system is totally corrupt there are no standards to uphold in any manufactured product it is just sub contracted out to the cheapest bidder, you have NO idea what you are getting !!!!!!!
Remember the Baby Formula disaster, Baby formula made in China laced with plastic proteins!!!!!!!
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- conley39Lv 71 month ago
Yes, they're safe to use.
- Beave VillageLv 61 month ago
I wouldn't trust those masks with a ten foot pole. Please stick to masks that are created and manufactured in the United States or Canada.
- RobertLv 71 month ago
China only does manufacturing to the highest standards. Only the very best lead based paint is used in children's toys so we must assume that the forthright Chinese only use the finest materials in masks to fight the viruses which they let loose into the world.