At upwards of $15 per mask, it appears they could have utilized sturdier flexible. The channel despite everything works consummately, however they need you to purchase more.
The 3M N99 mask that I attempted was awfully costly to legitimize buying it. On the off chance that you need to move up to N99, I propose the Amston 1811 N99 mask.
The N in N95 mask implies that it sift through (N)on-oil-based particles. The P in P100 implies that the mask is oil (P)roof. A P100 mask will sift through 99.9% of all particles .3 microns or bigger regardless of on the off chance that they’re oil-based or not.
So what particles are oil-based? Most of basic particles you need to shield yourself from are non-oil based. Things like infectious maladies, dust from wood, sanding, protection, and so forth are non-oil based, however diesel and gas exhaust from vehicles have a huge oil-based segment.
One thing I saw promptly while wearing the P100 in rush hour gridlock is that I was unable to smell the fumes vapor any longer. It prevented me from feeling like I was breathing out of a tail pipe on my bike ride to work.