Yes, the textile part of the mask is washable. Remove the filter before washing the mask. Filters are meant for single use. Cleaning or reusing old filters affects their filtration properties. If you run out of filters, you can order an additional supply pack anytime here.
To get your mask clean, wash it by hand in lukewarm water. We recommend using a soft brush and neutral detergent to clean the stubborn stains and rinsing the mask with clean water, otherwise, detergent residues may damage the mask or leave harmful residual vapors that could be inhaled. After you finish washing the mask, let it dry away from direct sunlight.