The gas mask is a reminder of a painful past, many suffered by, and is a symbol of conflict of interest and hostility war. A collector of the mask may have an interest in a world war, battle strategy, the fact of weapons and other war in memorabilia. If you are a collector, maintaining the cleanliness of your collection is important.
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Here are tips for cleaning a gas mask:
• Gas masks should always be displayed in a cool, dry, or stored in a clean case.
• If you give your antique collection full valet, make sure that you have removed all the parts. Remove the hood of a face mask, and removing the guard's eyes and nose guard. Doing so means that you can get into all the nooks and crannies when starting your net.
• hood can be cleaned easily using a damp cloth – use warm water so that the dirt comes loose as you erase.
• Eye guards can clean with a dry cloth.
• Nose guard, pieces snorkel and face mask needs to be soaked in warm water. If you want to remove germs, add a bit of household bleach.
• Once you are thoroughly soaked and washed all the pieces, pat them dry with a clean cloth, then let them dry completely in a cool, dry area.