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Old 10-04-2020, 06:13 AM
 
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Has anyone tried the mask brackets? I think that's what they're called - the silicon piece that goes inside the mask to hold it away from your mouth. I have heard mixed reviews and wonder if any teachers have tried them and what you think.....


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I have one. I found it to be a game changer in situations where I need to wear a mask for extended periods of time. Like the mask, you have to remember to wash it.
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I had to get used to the feel, but I use it all the time.
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We have/had 3. DH really likes them when he has to wear his mask for a long period of time and/or itís really hot.

We gave one to one of his boys because the poor kid was having panic attacks and anxiety issues surrounding wearing the masks and he said the bracket definitely helped.

As with anything, it takes some adjustment.
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I use one. It took a while to get used to it, but now it really does help. I've seen them called lipstick savers...although not sure who is wearing lipstick under a mask when teaching for 7-8 hours!


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Iíll have to give it more time
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I got some but they felt uncomfortable on my face. Maybe I should try it again!
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Iíd like to know which mask brackets people liked and which ones they did not like,
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It all depends on the mask for me. If the mask is a softer fabric than moves in and out when I breath, I like the insert. It the mask is stiffer fabric that doesnít move in and out when I breath I prefer going without the insert. The insert changes the sound of my voice even more than the mask. They can add To the heat and sometimes leave marks on my face. Again it all depends on the mask. We wear masks at my school from the moment we enter the school until we leave at night
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