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    Default How do you store your extra scba masks?

    HI, how do you guys / gals store your extra scba masks? Do you have a rack of some type? If you do please send the info on where to purchase such a rack or how you constructed it. Thanks


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    We purchased regular SCBA facepiece bags to store all of our masks in while not in use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMullen8
    We purchased regular SCBA facepiece bags to store all of our masks in while not in use.
    ditto ............
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    Each member is issued his own mask... so each firefighter is responsible for storing their own. I have a military gas mask bag that I picked up at a local Army/Navy store that I carry mine in.
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    We have clips with suction cups attached to them. Mask is in bag, attach to clip then lick n stick the suction cups on the inside of a cabinet, preferably the SCBA cabinet or the next one to it.
    I'd tell you where we got the clips but it may be misconstrued as advertising
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalMedic
    Each member is issued his own mask... so each firefighter is responsible for storing their own. I have a military gas mask bag that I picked up at a local Army/Navy store that I carry mine in.
    Same here. If you have extra masks you can store them in any old cabinet. Then you issue them when you have new members. It is best for everyone to have their own mask. That way they are responsible for cleaning and upkeep. Nothing worse than putting on a mask that was used by a tobacco chewer that had not cleaned the mask...yuck!!!!!
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