The occurrence of the new coronavirus made masks a best-selling product in an instant, and even a "hard-to-find" situation appeared in many areas. The structure of the mask seems simple, but it can effectively block the spread of the virus and protect our health! Today, we will talk about the selection of the compound adhesive for the mask fabric.
The problem of compound adhesive for mask fabrics will suddenly become a hot issue. It may be because masks are hard to find and many people start making masks by themselves.
Some articles on the Internet recommend that the glue used for mask bonding turned out to be universal glue and some structural glue. This is indeed shocking and confusing. Regardless of whether these two glues can stick, just the smell of these two glues is already pungent. Let alone masks are worn on the face! Therefore, the first consideration when choosing glue is environmental protection, odorless and non-toxic!
Most traditional adhesives are difficult to achieve three aspects of environmental protection, odorless, and non-toxic. But hot-melt adhesive can! The composite bonding of mask fabric can use hot-melt adhesive mesh film as the adhesive. If it is a home-made mask, the use of hot-melt adhesive mesh is also very simple, as long as you have an electric iron at home. Place the hot-melt adhesive mesh in the middle of the face mask fabric, adjust the iron temperature to a temperature range that can melt the hot-melt adhesive, and ironing is about 30 seconds.
Masks bonded with hot-melt adhesive omentum can be worn on the face without irritating odor. You can wear it without worrying.