Saturday June 6, 2020

Making It Work: Graphics company reinvents itself to sell face masks

Absolute Graphics is selling respirator face masks with reusable filters for salons and hairdressers

17th May, 2020
Dermot Malone of QSafe is selling a respirator face mask with reusable filters. Picture: Fergal Phillips.

A Wicklow company has launched a new reusable face mask which, it says, could help protect hairstylists and staff in other sectors where they work closely with customers.

Absolute Graphics has reinvented itself in response to the Covid-19 crisis. It incorporated QSafe in April to sell a signage system that helps pharmacies, retailers and other frontline providers to maintain social distancing on their premises.

Now the marketing print and design company is selling a respirator...

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