Ragweed, pollen, and mold...oh my.

The other day, I was doing yard work and found myself struggling.

I don’t know if you’ve noticed but all the airborne allergens have been nuts this year.

I’m not surprised given how wet the last couple of months have been, but fortunately the same masks that protected me from Covid-19 have been amazing at keeping pollen, mold, and ragweed away.

I do a lot of chainsaw and wood chipping of cedar trees down here in Texas, and cedar-fever is no joke.

Mowing the lawn has also been a huge allergy riddled chore, and between gasoline fumes and flying grass particles my throat stayed scratchy and my nose began to run long after I went back inside.

The solution? Turns out that both the N95 and Armbrust KN95 masks were perfect for keeping the allergens at bay.

Now a couple hours of yard work no longer require a giant dose of anti-allergy pills. My yard has never looked better, and more importantly I can still breathe through my nose:)

So, if you're looking for a reliable and effective way to deal with allergies this spring, I encourage you to give our KN95 and N95 masks a try.

You won't be disappointed!

Lloyd Armbrust