It's ok, but as a glasses wearer I find they mist up which is a nuisance. I've tried a few of the tips like putting a tissue in the bit by the top of your nose, or rubbing soap on the lenses of your glasses, but the've not worked for me.
It's sort of bearable, there are loads of people who appear to not know how they should be fitted. We have the ones who wear them under the chin and others who have left their noses uncovered. No point in wearing them like that. My son went into a shop last week, he forgot to put his mask on. He was told not to worry and that if they were going to get the virus they would anyway. He left the shop, put his mask on and went back in. Is there any wonder covid cases are increasing. Jax I use the disposable blue ones, they have a wire at the top that you can shape to fit. No more steaming glasses.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Sept 24, 2020 7:43:29 GMT
A couple of months ago, I felt very silly wearing a mask but now it’s like putting on a coat. I have several masks, cheap surgical ones from Amazon which are paper thin. You get what you pay for! A fabric one that a friend made and a posh one that I bought. The posh one sticks to my mouth when I talk but is so on my face as it’s made from silk and has a filter inside. The fabric one is the most comfortable but tends to ride up now into my eyes. Non are great but obviously they are better than nothing. I also bought a pack of those big plastic visors from Costco. Daughter tells me they are not very good and I’d worked that out but so much easier to talk in! They are now saying we must open windows at home. The Chinese work masks from the start and at home so they reckon this is how them stemmed the spread there.
😁last week I was on holiday in Scotland with hubby and we played golf - great stuff, booked on line, straight onto the golf course with only popping inside to say we were there. It was quite sunny so I had mask, sunnies and baseball cap - I looked like a robber! 😄