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How have you been handling the coronavirus pandemic? If you are anything like us, you are cooking at home way more and you have been experimenting with all sorts of face masks. The CDC has recently announced new guidelines when it comes to the facial coverings that we are supposed to wear. American citizens are now supposed to be wearing some sort of face mask every time they exit the house.

Medical masks are currently being reserved for those who work in healthcare. This leaves the rest of us to fend for ourselves. Not to worry, though. The process of creating your very own disposable mask is as easy as it gets. Unfortunately, there are some people out there who are struggling to get their hands on the necessary materials.

That’s where this awesome hack comes into play. You can make a mask out of essentially anything. Did you know that a single Polar Seltzer bottle can be used for this purpose? The co-owners of Polar Seltzer are here with an awesome video and we cannot wait to try this one out for ourselves. This method is pretty brilliant and it will provide a lot of people with the assistance that they need.

The do-it-yourself is a quick watch, too. The process takes no time and you are left with a mask that provides you with the necessary protection if you are forced to be out and about. While we are all doing our best to adhere to the social distancing guidelines, there are certain errands that cannot be avoided. All you need to create these masks is some string and the aforementioned bottle.

The best part about utilizing a plastic mask instead of a paper one is the sustainability factor. You can thoroughly wash it after each use and continue to take it with you. Fabric masks also need to be thrown out more often.

If you would like to learn more about this awesome hack, please take a moment to check out the video for yourself. This tutorial will provide you with all of the information that you need so that we can all remain safe going forward. Let’s all do our part to keep each other safe.