As predicted Disney has gotten in on the face mask sales. They had already been offering them in Asian parks for years. Now that there is a demand for them here, and because guests might be required to wear them to enter the parks when they reopen, Disney is now taking pre-orders on ShopDisney.com with an expected availability date of June 15, 2020.
“Disney is also donating “one million cloth face masks for children and families in underserved and vulnerable communities across the U.S. that will be distributed by MedShare (www.medshare.org). Disney will also donate all profits from the sales in the U.S. of Disney’s cloth face masks to Medshare, up to $1 million, now through September 30, 2020.”
There are several design collections. Each set comes with four designs and is available in sizes: Small, Medium, and Large.
Here are the directions to determine your size:
There are six collections to choose from including: Star Wars, Mickey and Minnie, Disney Princesses, Disney face, Pixar and Marvel. Each set is $19.99.
- Set includes four Small-size face masks*
- Four different designs.
- Please refer to the face mask dimensions for specific sizing measurements
- Not for Surgical or Industrial Use
- Not a Toy. Use under adult supervision. Not intended for children under 4 years of age
- Disney’s cloth face masks align with the FDA’s recommendations on non-surgical, non-industrial grade face masks.**
- Front: polyester
- Middle and Back: cotton
- Binding: cotton/elastane
- Exclusive of decoration
- Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, do not bleach, tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean
- If you plan to reuse the face mask, wash it before wearing it again.
This Disney cloth face mask is not a surgical face mask which provides liquid barrier protection. This cloth face mask should not be used (1) in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high; (2) for antimicrobial or antiviral protection or related uses or uses for infection prevention or reduction or related uses; (3) as a respiratory protective device, or (4) for high risk aerosol-generating procedures. Disney makes no warranties, either express or implied, that the face mask prevents infection or the transmission of viruses or diseases.
- The product has not been FDA cleared or approved
- The product has been authorized by FDA under an EUA for use as source control by the general public as well as by HCP in healthcare settings as to help prevent the spread of infection or illness during the COVID-19 pandemic
- This product is authorized only for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of the emergency use of medical devices, including alternative products used as medical devices, during the COVID-19 outbreak, under section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1) unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner.
This all has me wondering now. When the parks reopen and they require masks, is this going to be a case of you have to buy their masks to enter? That way they can say that they know everyone has proper masks? I’m not saying they would be wrong to do that, it makes sense and it’s their park so they can demand it, but if you need to wear different masks each day buying a pack or two for each member of the family might be something else you need to budget ahead for.
My husband is wondering if they’re going to start doing Dooney and Bourke, and Vera Bradley masks, or hashtag masks, or Disney wall masks for a lot more money than the “cheaper 4 pack.” He’s probably not wrong, although I would likely buy a Vera Bradley one.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!