PM 2.5 Pollution Dust Filter VS. N95 filter – REVIEW UNBOXING

I bought two PM 2.5 Pollution Dust Filters with a valve and made a unboxing video. It cost about $5 to10 ( ), but I have seen this used when i was traveling 2 years ago with traveling to Beijing China due to the dust and pollution. This is the first time seeing one in person to unbox!

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I would use this for allergy , dust, or pollution mask, but not for wood working or DIY projects as its not rated for N95 or paint or anything. It is very light weight and will get dirty during DIY painting or wood work. I believe this is more fashionable for urban environments as they come in a variety of colors.

Its washable but you need to remove the plastic valve. I noticed that the valve replaceable filters are single use and have adhesive to attach. I dont like this design and plan to modify it if i do use as a pollution mask. Stay tuned for that video.

I made a video previously of all the different masks I use for DIY projects:

as well as P100 mask review

. Soon i will review the 3m Aura 1870+ so stay tuned.

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