Edmonton Made Fabric Face Masks – Canada Wide Shipping, Local Delivery & Pickup

Taking Care of People – It’s What We Do

Wearing a mask, in combination with distancing, disinfecting and good hygiene, is a way to help protect those that we come in contact with from the asymptomatic spread of illness. Fabric face masks are recommended for use in all public places where it is not possible to maintain 2m of distance between people of different households, and are required for air travel in Canada and some personal services. Buying for work? Contact us at service@pagethecleaner.com for inquiries about custom colours or styles.


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Page Fabric Face Mask FAQ:

Page the Cleaner Fabric Face Masks

In response to customer demand, shifting global recommendations about mask usage, and the global shortage of rated medical masks, Page the Cleaner has begun to manufacture and source locally made fabric face masks here in Edmonton, Alberta. 

Fabric masks are NOT rated or tested to Prevent COVID-19. It is a simple physical barrier meant for short term use when properly rated medical masks are not available. If you are sick with COVID-19, or in close contact with a sick person, please seek out properly rated masks.

This mask is NOT a substitute for following government and World Health Organization guidelines on handwashing, face touching, social distancing or disinfecting.

The Alberta government recommends the use of non-medical masks for the general public when in situations where physical distancing is not possible. As of April 2020, you must wear a face mask when travelling by airplane within Canada, and some doctor’s offices and personal services require the use of masks by patients and customers.

The most important things you can do to stop the spread of COVID-19 are:

  • Practice physical distancing as much as possible
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently and use high alcohol hand sanitizer when hand washing is not available
  • Do not touch your face unless you have just washed your hands, and then you need to wash your hands again
  • Disinfect high touch surfaces frequently 

Best Practices When Using Any Mask:

  • Clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer before putting on the mask
  • Cover mouth and nose with mask and make sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask
  • Avoid touching the mask when using it, if you do, wash your hands.
  • Replace the mask when it gets damp and do not re-use single use masks. 
  • When re-moving a mask, remove it from behind