A Dual Duty Piece of Gear for Preppers
The Bioscarf is a great little piece of gear that I am happy to recommend. Not only is it stylish, but the scarf has a built-in layer that filters out 99.75 % of airborne particulates that are 0.1 microns or larger. To get an idea of what the Bioscarf can actually filter out, check out this list:
- pneumonia – 0.25 microns
- strep – 0.9 microns
- influenza – 0.43 microns
- tuberculosis – 0.88 microns
- pm2.5 – 2.5 microns
- animal dander – 1.0 microns
- pollen 10.00 microns
- cigarette smoke – 0.30 microns
Bioscarf: Stylish and Stealthy
When I initially was contacted about the Bioscarf, I wasn’t sure what this scarf would look like. I mean, come on, what kind of scarf could filter out all of that and not look like some Frankenstein prepper gear? Well, I was so wrong! No one, other than the wearer would know that the Bioscarf does double duty in filtering out all the nasty junk in the air!
The Protection is Worth It
If you’ve ever been laid up or should I say, put down with the cold, flu or strep, you know how much of a pain it is. Literally, the aches, pains, and loss of work and productivity. Having something like the Bioscarf with you while the masses are couching and sneezing into the air all around you is an extra layer of protection to help you stay healthy!
The Bioscarf offers N95 level protection. However, an N95 mask can only be used a certain number of times before it will get worn down, dirty and need to be thrown away. The Bioscarf can be hand washed and reused over and over again.
Get It For This Winter
The Bioscarf comes in black, white, camouflage and military green. It is 84 inches long and 9 inches wide. You can purchase it from Amazon and have it in two days with Prime.
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