Washable fabric masks
elegant and original
for the whole family
for your employees to the image of your company
Kechly, it’s the art of wearing your mask well!
Kechly takes care of you …
We develop, design and manufacture Category 1 certified protective masks with a single objective: To protect you in the face of the VIDOC 19 pandemic.
This obligation of protection is now part of our daily life, so why not do it with original, colorful and elegant masks!
We offer barrier masks for Individuals and Professionals (personalized with logo)
Protective masks made of certified fabric …
- Certified and approved IMANOR, AFNOR, IFTH et DGA
- Type of masks : Category 1 (90% filtration)
- Reusable and washable 50 times (60° C)
- Full-color sublimation printing without heavy metals
- Manufactured in France and Morocco in compliance with standards
Let’s limit waste, let’s wash our masks …
The fabric barrier mask is more environmentally friendly than single-use, paper, surgical or FFP2 masks.
As advised by AFNOR and the collective of doctors, the fabric mask must be worn for a maximum of 4 hours. It is important to wash your hands before removing your mask by grasping it by the elastics.
After each use, it must be washed in the machine for 30 minutes at 60°C minimum with your usual detergent. It is also recommended to dry it with a tumble dryer.
We offer you Category 1 barrier masks filtering 93% of the particles. These reusable masks and washable 50 times are more economical in use than FFP2 or surgical masks.
Small comparison :
|Type Masks||Price per Unit|
|FFP2 / Surgical Masks||0,36 €/0.25 €|
|Kechly fabric masks||0,19 € *|
So be stylish with a Kechly mask that offers you design, original prints and guaranteed protection... at a lower cost!
KECHLY is a “fashion” and “trendy” brand that produces in a total look spirit several families of fashion items: bags, scarves, jewelry, hats, accessories …
Known as “general public” or “alternative” these cloth masks are intended to reinforce the gestures of measurement and social distancing. These masks are produced by tissue manufacturers and sold in pharmacies and supermarkets, or available from municipalities. The masks in question have been tested by the services of the Directorate General of Armament (DGA) and meet precise health standards for the filtering of infectious droplets.
The National Agency for the Safety of Medicines (Ansm) has defined two types of masks :