Goldstar adds full colour decorated face masks to new range

Goldstar has added to its expanding range of Protection and Wellness products with high quality full colour printed face masks that enable organisations to show their commitment to caring to employees, volunteers and customers.

The two masks, the Full Colour Urban Value Cotton Mask and the Full Colour Urban Premium Antimicrobial Mask, are decorated with digital full colour transfer print technique and they are both washable, reusable and made with 2 structured layers of 100% cotton – soft, comfortable, breathable, and durable. The Full Colour Urban Value Cotton Mask is a superb, affordable way to provide face masks. It is available in black, white, and blue.

The Full Colour Urban Premium Antimicrobial Mask provides further protection. The outer layer is woven cotton treated with SilverClear technology, a non-toxic EPA registered antimicrobial that neutralises growth of bacteria, mould, mildew, and fungus that may otherwise cause odour, discoloration, or deterioration.  The breathable cotton, ergonomic 3D design, adjustable nose piece and elastic ear-straps, make this mask comfortable and stylish. The colours available are olive green, black, white, blue, pink and grey.

Both masks are in stock and ready to ship, with delivery in Europe in two to three working days.

Colin Loughran, general manager of Goldstar, said: “As everyday life and necessities have changed, Goldstar has evolved its business model and adapted its product range to fit the needs of today’s reality.

“We are proud to be creating and providing masks and assisting in the return to the workplace safely and securely. The quality of the masks is fantastic, with two layers of 100% cotton, which can be reused and washed, and the anti-microbial technology used in the Premium mask is a great addition for those wanting to provide extra protection.”

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