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Important note: The World Health Organization updated its official guidance on face mask use on June 5. It now recommends every person wear a face mask in public when physical distancing is difficult, such as on public transportation and in shops or other confined, crowded areas.

Finder vets each mask retailer as a legitimate reseller prior to listing by confirming business and item documentation. We also request a physical sample to compare against what is advertised. We do not test any mask for its filtration capabilities, and none of the masks listed here are NIOSH-certified to our knowledge. Read the CDC's page on counterfeit respirators to learn more about NIOSH certification.

In general, remember it's important to buy only what you need.

N95 face masks — also called P2 or respirator masks — are designed to filter out fine particles when fitted properly and airtight.

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3M N95 Masks<br><small>10 - 80pcs</small> from DMB Supply

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Where to buy N95 face masks online

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DMB Supply: 3M N95 masks made in the USA available now.
Now in-stock! DMB Supply has 3M N95 Masks that are made in the USA. Free same or next day shipping from New York via UPS Ground. KN95 masks also available to order now.
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  • N95 10 — 20pcs
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Mask Makers: KN95 masks available to order today
Order packs of five to one thousand KN95 masks, with packages shipping same or next day from the USA.
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Lecheus: KN95 masks and more in-stock now with free shipping.
Shop for KN95 and disposable masks now from Lecheus. Free shipping on all orders with no minimum order quantity.
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  • Packs of 20 — 25pcs
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Masks by Whizley: In stock and ready to ship from the USA via Fedex.
Masks by Whizley is an American supplier of personal protective equipment. Shipped from a local warehouse in California, purchases are delivered as fast as the next day.
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GF5 Masks: KN95 masks in-stock now with same day shipping.
Shop 10–100 supply of KN95 masks now from GF5.
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  • Packs of 10 — 100pcs
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Diska Tech KN95: 5-layer KN95 face masks available online.
Shop KN95 face masks in small quantities for personal use or bulk buy for businesses, schools and other large groups.
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  • 10 — 10,000pc supply
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Canopus: Nonmedical N95 respirator masks available now.
Canopus offers individually packed everyday-use masks with adjustable straps to maximize comfort and protection. Shipments may be delayed, so confirm exact shipping dates on the site before ordering.
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AliExpress: Shop hard-to-find items from sellers around the world.
AliExpress is a global marketplace with a wide variety of items available from third-party sellers. Note that some buying options may take weeks to arrive, depending on the country of origin.
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eBay: One of the largest selections of face masks online.
Choose from a wide selection on eBay, with a lower chance than other retailers of selling out of stock. Filter your search by guaranteed delivery date if you're in a hurry to receive your order.
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Home Depot: Find a large selection of respirator masks.
These masks are intended for use while doing construction projects or painting. But they also help prevent smoke inhalation and the spread of airborne diseases.
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Can’t find face masks? Here’s where else to shop.

Face masks may be temporarily out of stock at many retailers due to increased demand. But don’t forget to check your local dollar store or even a specialty medical supply store. These often-overlooked shops may still have supplies while larger retailers restock.

As an alternative, you can find cloth masks and disposable surgical masks at several retailers.

Disposable Masks - 50 – 3000pcs
Disposable Masks - 50 – 3000pcs

Cufy

Surgical Masks: 50 – 10,000pcs
Surgical Masks: 50 – 10,000pcs

DMB Supply

In stock: 50-Day Supply of 3-Ply Disposable Face Masks
In stock: 50-Day Supply of 3-Ply Disposable Face Masks

Masks by Whizley

Disposable Masks - 50 – 10,000pcs
Disposable Masks - 50 – 10,000pcs

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Check out our video on where to find different types of masks both locally and online:

Can I buy N95 masks on Amazon?

N95 masks are no longer available to the public on Amazon. Instead, they’re saved for exclusive use by hospital and government agencies. You can find cloth masks on Amazon, which are an alternative for everyday use by the public.

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Amazon has stopped selling N95 masks to the general public in an effort to ensure healthcare workers have access to these supplies. Cloth masks available on Amazon can work as an alternative when going out in public. Local availability may vary.
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Where can I buy 3M masks?

Hardware and home improvements stores like Home Depot, Lowe's and Ace Hardware typically stock 3M masks for construction and home renovation purposes. While many of these stores ran out of stock during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, many are now selling 3M masks in stores and some even online again.

Online online retailers like DMB Supply and Clinical Supplies also now carry 3M masks that are made in the USA. However, stock may be limited, so check this page for the latest information.

What’s the difference between P2, N95 and KN95 face masks?

The difference is in the country standards that measure the product’s performance. The N95 mask is a filtering facepiece respirator (FFR) that meets the United States standard of NIOSH-42CFR84. The KN95 — the Chinese version of the same mask— meets China’s safety standard, GB2626-2006.

But both masks function and perform similarly. They filter a minimum of 95% of particles or droplets that are 0.3 microns wide or larger, including viruses, smoke and bacteria. Due to recent demand and shortages of N95 masks for medical workers, the US government has approved KN95s for use.

Both masks offer nearly the same level of protection, according to a study by respirator company 3M.

Certification/Class
N95
FFP2
KN95
P2
Korea 1st Class
DS
Filter performance ≥ 95%≥ 95%≥ 95%≥ 94%≥ 94%≥ 95%
Test agentNaClNaCl and paraffin oilNaClNaClNaCl and paraffin oilNaCl
Flow rate85 L/min95 L/min85 L/min95 L/min95 L/min85 L/min
Total inward leakage (TIL) N/A≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage Inward Leakage measured and included in User Instructions
Inhalation resistance ≤ 343 Pa≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95 L/min)
≤ 500 Pa (clogging)
≤ 350 Pa≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95L/min)
≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)
≤ 240 Pa (at 95L/min)
≤ 70 Pa (w/valve)
≤ 50 Pa (no valve)
Flow rate85L/minVaried – see
above
85L/minVaried – see
above
Varied – see
above
40L/min
Exhalation resistance ≤ 245 Pa≤ 300 Pa≤ 250 Pa≤ 120 Pa≤ 300 Pa≤ 70 Pa (w/valve) ≤ 50 Pa (no valve)
Flow rate85L/min160L/min85L/min85L/min160L/min40L/min
Exhalation valve leakage requirementLeak rate ≤ 30mL/minN/ADepressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 20 secLeak rate ≤ 30mL/minVisual inspection after 300L /min for 30 secDepressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 15sec
Force applied-245 PaN/A-1180 Pa-250 PaN/A-1,470 Pa
CO2 clearance requirementN/A≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%

If N95 masks are out of stock, can I buy a P2 or KN95 mask?

Yes — but be wary of scams. The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has led to equipment shortages, especially N95 masks. Unscrupulous sellers are selling fakes to try to profit from the situation. 3M, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of masks, offers a tool to check if a product is genuine.

And though the FDA originally left the KN95 off its approved list of respirators in a March 28 statement, it has since approved KN95 masks that meet specific criteria.

You can find P2 and KN95 masks at several retailers on this page.

What’s the difference between NIOSH-approved and FDA-cleared face masks?

Differences come down to function and intended use. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) tests and certifies standard respirator masks used in the workplace to prevent dust and other small airborne particles from inhalation. In contrast, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clears as medical devices both standard surgical masks and surgical N95 respirator masks intended for use by healthcare workers.

According to a NIOSH representative to whom Finder reached out, “NIOSH approves respirators in accordance with 42 Code of Federal Regulations Part 84 (42 CFR 84), not to any other standards. Only respirators that meet or exceed all of the requirements established in the 42 CFR 84 standards are acknowledged by NIOSH, and only those that have been NIOSH approved may be marketed as a NIOSH-approved respirator. If a respirator is marked only N95, that does not constitute a NIOSH approval. Currently, N95 is not trademarked. It has been used to indicate a filtering facepiece respirator (FFR) is 95% efficient; however, it should not be used in a context that misleads a user to think an FFR is NIOSH-approved that is not.”

Approval or clearance organizationMask typeFunction
NIOSH-approvedStandard N95 respiratorReduces the amount of airborne particles inhaled by the wearer.
FDA-clearedSurgical masksReduces the amount of particles expelled by the wearer and offers protection from fluids.
NIOSH-approved and FDA-clearedSurgical N95 respiratorsReduces the amount of airborne particles inhaled and expelled by the wearer, and offers protection from fluids.

What does an NIOSH-approved mask look like?

Below is an example of what a face mask should look like according to NIOSH approval standards. To verify if a respirator is NIOSH approved, use the NIOSH Certified Equipment List or its list of NIOSH-Approved filtering facepiece respirators.

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How an N95 mask is constructed

N95 masks are made of several layers of special non-woven fabric, with a filtration facepiece respirator (FFP) in the middle.

The two outer layers are made from melt-blown fabric, which filters out small airborne particles. Melt-blown fabric is made by melting polypropylene and other similar types of plastics and using a machine to draw the material out into fine strands. As these strands cool next to each other, they bond together to form a solid sheet of melt-blown fabric.

Between these two layers is a layer of no-melt cotton, which absorbs moisture, and the FFP respirator. The respirator component of masks like the N95, FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 set them apart from disposable surgical masks, which do not contain a respirator but still protect the wearer from spreading airborne particles and being exposed to bodily fluids.

How to remove your mask properly

First, wash your hands thoroughly before putting on your mask. When you’re ready to take it off, do not touch the front of the mask — it could be contaminated. Instead, remove the mask by pulling the bottom strap over the back of your head, followed by the top strap. Discard the mask, and then wash your hands.

Which states require face masks in public?

State / County / City Requirements More info State / County / City
Birmingham, Alabama Face masks or coverings required for ages 2+ in all public places. More info Birmingham, Alabama
Alaska Face coverings recommended for public and required for employees of reopening businesses. More info Alaska
Arizona Face masks required for patrons and employees of barbers and cosmetologists. Recommended for all other residents when in public. More info Arizona
Maricopa County, Arizona Face masks required when in public throughout the county. More info Maricopa County, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona Face masks required in all public spaces. More info Tucson, Arizona
Arkansas Face coverings indoors and outdoors when exposed people outside of household and when social distancing isn't possible. More info Arkansas
California Face coverings or masks required in common and public spaces and outdoors when distancing isn't possible. More info California
Colorado Residents face up to $1,000 fine for not wearing a face mask while in public. More info Colorado
Connecticut Face masks when inside any essential business. More info Connecticut
Delaware Face masks in public for people over the age of 12. More info Delaware
Alachua County, Florida Face masks or coverings for people age 2+ in public places where social distancing isn't possible. More info Alachua County, Florida
Broward County, Florida Facial coverings required in public indoor spaces and by all food workers, with exceptions for eating and drinking. More info Broward County, Florida
Hillsborough County, Florida Face coverings for people ages 2+ in businesses. More info Hillsborough County, Florida
Jacksonville, Florida Face masks required in public indoor spaces. More info Jacksonville, Florida
Leon County, Florida Face coverings mandatory for people ages 6+ in restaurants, retail spaces, churches, public transportation and other public settings. More info Leon County, Florida
Miami-Dade County, Florida Face coverings mandated in public places with exclusions for beaches. More info Miami-Dade County, Florida
Monroe County, Florida Face masks or coverings required inside any public building until June 2021. More info Monroe County, Florida
Orange County, Florida Face masks or coverings for people ages 2+ in public and when social distancing isn't possible. More info Orange County, Florida
Palm Beach County, Florida Face coverings in public spaces indoors and outdoors when social distancing isn't possible. More info Palm Beach County, Florida
Pasco County, Florida Face coverings required at businesses, government offices and schools where social distancing isn't possible. More info Pasco County, Florida
Pinellas County, Florida Face coverings required in all indoor public places. More info Pinellas County, Florida
Seminole County, Florida Face masks or coverings required for employees and patrons of businesses where social distancing isn’t possible. More info Seminole County, Florida
Tampa, Florida Face masks required in all indoor settings outside the home. More info Tampa, Florida
Georgia Face masks recommended for public and required for employees of all businesses permitted to reopen. More info Georgia
Hawaii Face masks required in most public places and while ordering from drive-thrus. Violators could face up to $5,000 fine or up to a year in prison. More info Hawaii
Idaho Face coverings strongly advised for residents, though not required. More info Idaho
Illinois Face coverings for people age 2+ in public and unable to maintain 6-foot distancing effective May 1st. More info Illinois
Indiana Face coverings required for restaurant employees and employees of personal care services. More info Indiana
St. Joseph County, Indiana Face masks recommended for public and required in all businesses and enclosed public spaces through July 4. More info St. Joseph County, Indiana
Kansas Face masks required in all public spaces beginning Friday, July 3. More info Kansas
Kentucky Face masks while inside of businesses and for employees. More info Kentucky
Louisiana Face coverings required for employees of public-facing businesses. More info Louisiana
Maine Face masks for people age 2+ in all indoor and outdoor public spaces and while taking public transportation or rideshares from May 1 through May 31. More info Maine
Maryland Face masks for people ages 9+ when inside any essential business. Face masks are also required for those taking public transportation. More info Maryland
Massachusetts Face masks or coverings for people ages 2+ when in public effective May 6. More info Massachusetts
Michigan Face coverings over nose and mouth when in public More info Michigan
Minnesota Face coverings or masks required for public and employees of reopening retail businesses who may have public contact. More info Minnesota
Philadelphia, Mississippi Face masks required inside of any city building. More info Philadelphia, Mississippi
St. Louis, Missouri Face coverings for all riders of public transit. More info St. Louis, Missouri
Nebraska Face masks required for employees of reopening restaurants that allow indoor dining. More info Nebraska
Nevada Face masks required for employees of public-facing businesses and other specified businesses. More info Nevada
Nashua, New Hampshire Face masks required for all customers and employees of public businesses and for everyone in buildings with more than two units. More info Nashua, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Face masks required for employees of most public-facing businesses. More info New Hampshire
New Jersey Must wear face mask when in public spaces and in essential businesses. More info New Jersey
New Mexico Face masks required for everyone in all public spaces. More info New Mexico
New York Face coverings in public and where social distancing isn't possible. More info New York
North Carolina Face coverings for people ages 2+ in most public settings with limited exceptions. More info North Carolina
Ohio Face coverings for employees, customers, clients and guests at businesses effective May 4. More info Ohio
Altus, Oklahoma Face masks when inside any essential business. More info Altus, Oklahoma
Chickasha, Oklahoma Face masks when inside any essential business. More info Chickasha, Oklahoma
El Reno, Oklahoma Face masks when inside any essential business. More info El Reno, Oklahoma
Guthrie, Oklahoma Face masks in public places. More info Guthrie, Oklahoma
Oregon Employees of most public-facing businesses must wear face masks or coverings. More info Oregon
Pennsylvania Face masks in grocery stores, restaurants and any other essential business. More info Pennsylvania
Rhode Island Face masks or coverings in public places and for employees of public-facing businesses. More info Rhode Island
Beaufort, South Carolina Face masks or other face coverings required at businesses and restaurants. More info Beaufort, South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina Face masks or other face coverings required inside any building open to the public. More info Charleston, South Carolina
Colleton County, South Carolina Face masks or other face coverings required while entering any commercial business. More info Colleton County, South Carolina
Folly Beach, South Carolina Face masks or other face coverings required for people ages 3+ while in public spaces where social distancing isn't possible. More info Folly Beach, South Carolina
Hilton Head, South Carolina Face masks or coverings required at all commercial businesses. More info Hilton Head, South Carolina
Kiawah Island, South Carolina Face masks required for patrons and employees of public businesses, both inside and out. More info Kiawah Island, South Carolina
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Face masks required while in certain public settings for at least 61 days from July 1. More info Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Summerville, South Carolina Face masks required inside public spaces until July 9, at which time the ordinance will be reassessed. More info Summerville, South Carolina
Nashville, Tennessee Face masks required while in any public space, indoors or outdoors, where social distancing isn't possible. More info Nashville, Tennessee
Texas Face coverings recommended, with citizens urged to stay home. More info Texas
College Station, Texas Face masks required in commercial buildings and businesses. More info College Station, Texas
Denton, Texas Face masks required inside of all businesses within city limits. More info Denton, Texas
McKinney, Texas Face masks required for all employees and customers of public businesses. More info McKinney, Texas
Utah Face masks required while in public and for employees of all businesses. More info Utah
Vermont Face masks required for employees of public-facing businesses. More info Vermont
Virginia Face masks required for all people while in public spaces and wherever large groups can congregate More info Virginia
Washington Face coverings for people ages 2+ in all situations where social distancing isn't possible. More info Washington
Washington, DC Masks or face coverings for employees, customers and visitors of hotels, retail food sellers, taxis, ridesharing companies or other private transportation providers. More info Washington, DC
West Virginia Face masks required for employees of most reopening businesses. More info West Virginia
Wyoming Face masks required for patrons and employees of gyms and personal care businesses. More info Wyoming

Which type of mask do I need?

There’s a lot of information out there about when and where to wear a mask and what type of mask you need for various situations. Use this quick guide to help you decide which kind of face mask best fits your needs.

Mask typeWho’s it best for?DescriptionHow long does it last?
N95, KN95 respirator masks Healthcare workersBlocks at least 95% of airborne particles when worn properly. Adheres to government testing regulations.Can be reused in certain situations, but must be discarded after coming into contact with bodily fluids, infected patients and in other circumstances. Read the CDC’s full reuse guidelines.
Surgical face masks People who are sick and caretakersProtects wearers from infecting others. Usually made of 3 layers of melt-blown fabric.Intended to be discarded after every use.
Cloth face masks The general population when in a public spaceTypically made from cotton fabric with elastic or tie straps. Some designs have a pocket to place a removable filter.Can be washed and reused for weeks or even months, as long as the material maintains its integrity.
DIY face masks The general population when in a public spaceCan be homemade using an old T-shirt, bandana, coffee filter or other readily available materials.Depends on the materials used. Most DIY cloth masks can be washed and reused for weeks or even months, as long as the material maintains its integrity.

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    SusannaJune 22, 2020

    I cannot wear a mask with ear loops as I wear hearing aids that sit behind my ears. I have read that the KN95 mask comes with ties while the N95 does not. Can you clarify/recommend a model or style of mask that will fit my specific need? Thank you.

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      JhezJune 23, 2020Staff

      Hello Susanna,

      Thank you for reaching out to us here at Finder.

      I understand it’s not comfortable having to wear face masks and hearing aids at the same time. Unfortunately, we have no page specifically for KN95 masks with ties behind the back of the head. However, you can see above that cloth fabric face masks have this elastic tie strap. If you want to buy KN95 masks, you can customize it to a DIY KN95 mask by making the tie longer and tie it behind the back of your head. Hope this helps.

      Regards,
      Jhezelyn

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    RockyMay 28, 2020

    Please advise from where can i get kids KN95 mask

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      fayemanuelMay 29, 2020Staff

      Hi Rocky,

      Thanks for reaching out to Finder.

      The stores featured on the page are the only sellers of KN95 available on Finder. We currently do not have the information if this masks come in a different or single size. If you prefer a mask that come in small, small/medium, medium/large and large – you may want try the N95. You may visit the seller’s official page by pressing the “Order Now” or “Shop Now” button to check if they have a stock for smaller size.

      I hope this helps. Keep safe!

      All the best,
      Faye

  3. Avatarfinder Customer Care
    fayemanuelMay 26, 2020Staff

    Hi Ver,

    Thanks for reaching out to Finder.

    Any retail partner labeled “Finder Verified” has confirmed relevant licenses and certification to ensure it’s a legitimate seller of these products. We have a reminder on our page advising you to take caution before ordering to protect yourself against price gouging especially for any retailers we’ve listed as “Unverified.” If you see retailers that are price gauging, you may report them directly to your state Attorney General.

    Kind Regards,
    Faye

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    JiggsMay 12, 2020

    I work in the construction field and due to covid-19, I am unable to find respirator masks. Do you know of any companies that sell to the construction field? I usually purchase the 3M 8271 mask.
    Thank you

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      emilyvillaMay 15, 2020Staff

      Hi Jiggs,

      A trusted N95 with a respirator is this 3M model, but you may struggle to find it in stock on trusted marketplaces. Please be wary of scammers and price gouging as you search for products on the web. We don’t have a respirator model available on Finder right now, but we will be working hard to find one. Thank you for writing in and best regards.

      All the best,
      Ems

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    MarioMay 11, 2020

    Can you recommend a manufacturer of N95 masks in Southern California?
    I’ve been volunteering with getusppe.org and we’ve had great results with donors.
    I would like to be one of those donors. I’d like to start a match program on my own where I can purchase masks in big quantities and donate them personally.

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      fayemanuelMay 12, 2020Staff

      Hi Mario,

      Thanks for leaving a comment.

      I’m afraid we do not have a list of N95 manufacturers in Southern California. Also, the online stores listed on this page does not advertise where the masks are made. You may want to search through the FDA page to search for certified face mask manufactures in your states.

      Kind Regards,
      Faye

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    MikeMay 9, 2020

    I just received KN95 masks from your recommended vendor. From everything I’m reading online, I fear they may be counterfeit. I was going to use them in my dental practice. Should I use them? If not, do I have any legal recourse to get my money back?

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      MeiMay 10, 2020Staff

      Hello Mike,

      Thanks for contacting Finder and leaving a comment.

      I see you want to know if the masks you ordered from a merchant you saw on our page are legitimate and if you can use them for your dental practice.

      Finder staff has a 10-point compliance checklist that verified partners must go through. These merchants are then marked as “Finder Verified” once they are able to pass the checklist and provide supporting documents regarding their business and products. Finder Verified is a sign to you that our team has vetted a partner as a legitimate reseller of items our readers are interested in. We go the extra step to request samples of verified items to compare against the advertising.

      They are FDA Approved, however, mone of the masks our merchants sell are medical-grade (unless specified on their website). The N95 masks have been made in facilities that are FDA registered, but we are not medical professionals and cannot guarantee that these are all medical-grade.

      As for the refund, should you choose to return the products, we recommend that you read through the details of the Product Disclosure Statements/Terms and Conditions of the merchant for additional information regarding their refund process.

      Hope this helps.

      Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any other questions.

      All the best,
      Mei

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    AlexMay 8, 2020

    Like others have mentioned, these masks seem to be Chinese made and consumer confidence is low on China products. I have found really great options for masks that are reusable and made in America. Can you list American distributors such as that one so we can all make a better choice considering the amount of frustration from this COVID-19 pandemic?

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      MeiMay 9, 2020Staff

      Hello Alex,

      Thank you for leaving a comment and contacting Finder today.

      I see you want to check a list of American distributors for reusable masks.

      You may want to check this Finder page on where you can buy made-in-the-USA face masks.
      Please note that not every product available on these websites are necessarily made in the USA. Check the product description before buying to be sure.
      With these, we mean other products of these 3rd party websites, not just masks.

      Any retail partner labeled “Finder Verified” has gone through a 10-point compliance checklist by our staff, where we confirm the retailer’s relevant licenses and certifications to ensure it’s a legitimate seller of these products. Where possible, Finder staff have also placed an order and received a delivery to verify the product and shipping.

      Use caution and research for any retailers we’ve listed as “Unverified,” as you may run into 3rd party sellers on these sites that are not verified. Customers are reporting fraudulent masks, low-quality masks, long delays, or missing shipments altogether. Be careful about buying masks online.

      Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any other questions.

      All the best,
      Mei

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    RaymondMay 5, 2020

    Hello,

    I have been looking for N95 masks and came across your website. The only masks you refer are Chinese KN95 masks. Is this another Chinese website?

    Raymond.

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      fayemanuelMay 7, 2020Staff

      Hi Raymond,

      Thanks for leaving a comment.

      Finder (finder.com.au & finder.com) is not a Chinese website. We are a fintech company privately owned and self-funded, starting out in Australia in 2006. It is now the most visited personal finance comparison website in Australia and we’re launching around the world, with offices in:

      – Sydney, Australia
      – New York City, USA
      – London, UK
      – Toronto, Canada
      – Manila, Philippines
      – Wroclaw, Poland.

      The face masks advertised on our page is based on sellers available stocks or supplies.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind Regards,
      Faye

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    RSMay 5, 2020

    How do you know if the N95 mask fits properly?

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      emilyvillaMay 6, 2020Staff

      Hi,

      In order to know that a N95 mask fits properly, please refer to official guidance from the CDC on how to fit your mask properly. Everything from the quality of mask, the fit to your face, and how you take it on and off affects its ability to filter particles. Refer to the CDC article on guidance for fitting your mask, and this infographic for a visual.

      I hope this helps. Should you have further questions or clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

      Best Regards,
      Ems

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    LanceMay 4, 2020

    Where are the N95 masks made that Canopus sells? Are they made in the United States or China? (They look like the KN95 masks from Whizley that are made in China. Although N95 usually means that it is not made in China, sometimes the “K” is dropped when they are advertised online, for whatever reason.)

    • Avatarfinder Customer Care
      RobellynnMay 5, 2020Staff

      Hello Lance,

      Thank you for contacting Finder.

      I understand you would like to know where N95 masks that Canopus sells are made.

      While it does not really say where the masks are made, based on their website, all of their products are shipped within the USA from their distribution warehouse in Long Beach, California. They ensure that the personal protective equipment and supplies they sell meet all local quality standards and regulations.

      You may click on this link to find out more about their masks. Also, please make sure to read their product disclaimer.

      Hope this helps. Should you have further questions or clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

      Best Regards,
      Robyn

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