Ideas for activities to do at home

Much of the world has been asked or ordered to remain inside their homes in accordance with social distancing. While we wait for updates on resuming day-to-day activities, you may be searching for ways to keep busy, stay productive, or get ahead on some of your spring errands. Here are some ideas for entertaining your spare time:   Making repair...
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What to know about spring allergy season

For some, spring allergies progress as symptoms that began during winter months and persist into the next season. For others, it’s a sharper contrast. March through May are typically the most severe times of the year for those with allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis or ‘hay fever’.   Due to the large variety of plant species that can cau...
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A Q&A with our #RZ5KGIVEAWAY Winner

We interviewed RZ Mask's recent #rz5kgiveaway winner and chatted about woodburning, creative inspiration and more.    Basia C., Woodburning Artist   How did you get started woodburning?  "I started woodburning a little bit by chance. I lived in Calgary for about six years. During that time, I had friends who started a business called BassBus...
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From RZR to RZ: An original customer story

We recently received a great story from one of our original customers:  Several years ago, shortly after the RZR Mask was introduced, Mike and Bonnie ordered our original RZR Masks for group riding in Arizona for dusty weather where it was very difficult to breathe. They hadn’t needed the masks for several years now as their riding has changed, ...
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Should a mask be worn to prevent illness?

In the wake of recent global health news, you may be wondering how you can protect yourself from viral illnesses, and if you can and/or should do so by using a mask.   Our filters block 99.9% of particulates down to .1 micron – a rate that is known to be effective toward most airborne pathogens like influenza and SARS, especially in the form of ...
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Do I have to worry about allergies in winter?

At first glance, you may not think of winter as being a top seasonal contender for common allergies. After all, cooler temps have withered many pollen producers, lawns require less cutting, leaves are no longer falling…so what allergens could be stirring?   However, during the winter months you may experience symptoms like sneezing or watery ey...
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