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Use A Pencil Bag to Store Extra Face Masks

Use A Pencil Bag to Store Extra Face Masks – Never be without a face mask with all of these face covering mandates. #FaceMasks

Use A Pencil Bag to Store Extra Face Masks

Use A Pencil Bag to Store Extra Face Masks - Never be without a face mask with all of these face covering mandates. #FaceMasks

You can use a pencil bag, also known as a pencil pouch to store extra face masks. You can usually get these rather cheap. Often for one dollar or a couple of dollars. (Note usually!)

I would put a couple extras in there. Keep this in your car! Then when you go out and about, if you forgot to grab a face mask from home, you still have one in this pouch.

You could also do the same for work, keep a pencil pouch with extra face masks in your desk, brief case, messenger bag, purse, etc.

The picture above, is an example of one with four face masks inside it. Two for me and and two for my wife. This one is kept in one of our cars. Plus we have another one in our other car.

You could also use one of them plastic pencil boxes too.

Please note! Do not put the used face mask back in this pencil pouch! This is for new and/or clean face masks only!

Do you have other ideas?

If you have any other kind of ideas, feel free to share in the comments below.

You can also use a zipper pouch.


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