What is antimicrobial fabric?
A textile that offers protection against bacteria, mold, mildew and other hazardous microbes.
How is Pouch'd antimicrobial?
Pouch'd uses copper, a natural antimicrobial substance, to suppress the growth of bacteria, fungi and other pathogens. The copper oxide nanoparticles are melded in with the fabric fibers during the manufacturing process. Each compartment of Pouch'd is lined with this antimicrobial fabric so your mask is kept in a clean environment when you aren't wearing it.
Is Pouch'd machine washable?
Yes! You can wash your Pouch'd on a gentle cycle and air dry it.
Will my mask fit inside?
Yes! Pouch'd has a 6" diameter and can fit multiple masks.
Why Pouch'd? Can't I just use a plastic bag?
Pouch’d stops masks from getting dirty and prevents cross contamination between your mask and other items such as your wallet, keys and phone.
Plastic bags can be a breeding ground for germs and bacteria when you place a soiled moist mask inside of it. Also, we care deeply about our environment and hate to see all that plastic be thrown out. The fabric in Pouch’d is created to prevent the growth and spread of microorganisms which a plastic bag can not.
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