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Hanes Non-Medical Face Masks 10-Pack Only $20 Shipped | Just $2 Per Mask

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Hanes has deals that help you stay healthy!

Dash on over to Hanes.com where you can snag an additional 20% off face masks and free shipping when you use promo code SAFE20 at checkout!

As one idea, you can snag these Non-Medical Hanes Wicking Cotton Masks 10-Packs for just $20 shipped per pack when you use the promo code mentioned above!

These non-medical face masks offer three layers of coverage and breathable, moisture-wicking, 100% cotton fabric that is designed for comfortable everyday wear. They also have an adjustable nose piece, front panel pleats, and earloops made from soft yarn that makes them adjustable for a perfect fit.

Note that the description says to dispose of these after 20 washes and these are final sale with no refunds.

Here’s the deal…

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Non-Medical Hanes Wicking Cotton Masks 10-Pack $25
Use promo code SAFE20 (20% off face masks)
Shipping is free
Final cost $20 shipped – just $2 per face mask delivered to your door!


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  1. charlistoneman

    Anyone have suggestions where I can get masks for small children? Ages 3, 4, 6. I know they are not required (at least for now) but we would like to have them.

    • JD827

      Kroger. My granddaughter is 4 and most kid size are too big for her. At my daughters Kroger there is a bin and the sizes are mixed together but my daughter says it is worth standing there and digging through.

    • twirlergirl101

      Target sells kids masks as well as stores like old navy.

    • steph

      the target ones that are two for $4 are decent. They have a flexible nose piece. We just had to tie knots in the elastic to make them smaller

  2. Jackie

    Target. I got some and they have fun prints now. They come with a filter pocket also. They were a little big for my daughter but wash them in hot water and dry them all the way in the drier. If you have a needle and thread you can do a little tightening stitching on the ear loop piece if not just do a tight little knot. It’s hard to find tight fitting ones since it’s one size fits all and they all have different shape/size heads and little faces. Super easy to fix and they are only $4 for a pack of two.

    • Jackie

      This was meant for charliestoneman who was asking about kids masks. Sorry, forgot to hit reply

  3. queen62

    These same mask $14.99 at shoprite Ct.

  4. DJ

    Does anyone know why some cloth masks require disposal after a certain number of washes? My job gave us a pack of 5 which states there’s silver and copper. To discard after 12 washes. I am curious. My daughter started making masks at home, would discarding apply to those as well? Curios

    • Melissa Ann

      I’m wondering that as well. If there is a special element in the mask that would degrade with use and washing, I can understand that. But disposing of the typical cloth mask after several uses and washes makes no sense to me at all. Especially since the CDC tells us to wear masks but that these masks don’t really provide much protection in the first place.

  5. Darla

    I wear glasses and my body runs very hot. Does anyone have any recommendations of masks for those of us who wear glasses AND are that are not too hot? I can find masks for each one of my issues but not a mask that is for both of my issues. I am heading back to work in a month and I will need to wear it all day long- TIA !

    • EmilyMab

      Having worn a mask and glasses for years at work, I can say the best thing is to have a wire nose piece to tighten the mask and making sure it’s long enough to sit high up on your nose, that way you can place your glasses on TOP of the mask on your nose. Prevents any type of fogging. As far as running hot, I haven’t found any yet that don’t make me sweat profusely. 😥

    • M

      I would like to know. Tried the nose wire. Didn’t work. So far I just remove my glasses and walk into stuff.

    • Kelly

      Twist the side straps on each side. It helps to vent out the idea and not up to your glasses.

      • Kelly

        **Vent out the side, sorry for the typo

  6. K3llyb

    I’m guessing the adjustable nose piece may be part of the reason for the limited washing lifespan? Because assuming they’re glued in place they will erode in quality after enough intense washing and drying. Otherwise they’re just made out of tee shirt type cotton and should be basically washable.

  7. Jen

    Publix has some cute kids ones and i like the material. 2/$4 i believe

  8. Momma of 8

    I would suggest making your own or buying homemade masks rather than buying them from a big box retailer. Making them yourself you can trial and error until you get the right fit for your kids or yourself. In my county it is mandatory to wear a mask if out in public. I have made custom size masks for a niece that is 3 years old. Making the masks is not hard at all. You can buy from a neighbor or friend that is making masks if you can’t sew. Buying from a friend or neighbor would help support the donation cause. Many people are sewing homemade masks to donate to hospitals, medical centers, homeless, ect. and by buying yours from them you help them find their donations. In my opinion, it is keeping your money in your immediate community rather than going to a big company.

  9. Susan Laude

    You can get the same Hanes masks at Wal-Mart for $7.50 for a 5 pack, so 10 would $15.00; or at least that’s what they cost in my area.

    • Susan Laude

      Would BE $15.00; sorry!

      • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

        No worries! Thanks for sharing!

    • steph

      I got them there for the same price

    • Judy

      I bought the 10 Hane’s for $15.00 today at Shoprite in New Jersey. Just noticed they do not have the nose adjustment, but, are more secure around the face. They are three ply & washable. Should I be concerned that there is no nose adjustment? My husband thinks they are great….I’m wondering..

      • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

        You can add a wire. I have them and opened one piece of fabric to sew in wire nose pieces, Judy!

  10. Judy

    Jennifer, do you think that is really necessary? I don’t have a machine, & can just sew a button back on.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I don’t think you have to do it. I do it by hand, no machine and it’s as easy as sewing a button. I like to put wires in because it makes them more comfortable for me and my glasses.

      • Judy

        Hi Jennifer, I forgot to ask if you wash the masks prior to wearing them. My daughter insists it is necessary to wash them before wearing them.

        • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

          Hey, Judy – Jen is not on today, but here is what she replied: I absolutely wash them first. I’m not sure who touched them before they were shipped. They’re cloth so I’d definitely recommend washing.

          • Judy Wolinetz

            Thanks Stacy, I did wash 4 earlier to be sure, haven’t worn them yet. Guess, I will wash the remaining 6 from the pack later. I just rinsed them by hand, hope that is good enough. My daughter washes everything she buys, towel, sheets, probably clothing also…. I got my 10 pack at Shoprite in New Jersey. What about the paper ones that are also available at Shoprite that we did buy in a pack….just pray with those? Have a great day..Keep Safe….Judy

  11. Judy

    What type of wire are you using, &, do you open the entire seam or just the area above the nose? I’m sure the 10 pack we bought will last us a very long time as we have hardly gone out in these past few months, just shopping, & when I do, go to several stores in the same center, & an occasional doctor. Have you considered pipe cleaners, I seem to remember hearing people using them for projects many years ago. Who would have thought a year ago, that my thoughts at this time would be on face masks. Keep Safe..Judy.. I told my husband about our discussions last night, &, he was amazed that people discuss things like this…as you can see, he is a typical husband that doesn’t understand women..Ha Ha..

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