Instructions for the B2 Mask Liner

Instructions for the B2 Mask Liner

The B2 Mask Liner is an optional accessory designed to reduce humidity buildup within the B2 Mask. It fits inside the seal of the B2 facepiece. B2 Mask Liners may be purchased here on our webstore

100% ultra-absorbent double-celled polyester foam. 

Liners can be washed and dried with soap and water, just like a sponge.

How to insert the B2 Mask Liner:

With clean hands, turn to face the inside of your B2 Mask. Align the bulky part of the liner with the bottom of facepiece.

Stuff the bulky part of the liner into the bottom of the facepiece first.

Next, stuff the top of the liner into the top of the facepiece. Then, tuck the sides of the liners along the entire inside of the facepiece.

Check to make sure it's all in there. Ready to go!

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