Cap Guard launches as the clear choice in face covering alternatives

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Developed to allow people to interface safely and clearly, the innovative patent pending Cap Guard face shield provides environmental hygienic barrier protection while permitting visibility of facial expressions and lip movement for effective communication.

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“Cap Guard was borne from the need to interface with others more effectively with verbal and non-verbal communication while simultaneously protecting one’s entire face and minimizing touch points.” Tim Bolton, VP – North American Plastics

Cap Guard’s optically clear and scratch resistant lens is made in the United States, 100% recyclable, and can be sanitized daily for re-use. Ideal for the service, security, retail, food, manufacturing, and education sectors, Cap Guard mounts securely with live hinge design clips to existing caps or visors which can display a logo or imagery. To view more about the product and see in depth examples, visit
Cap Guard features:

  •     Adult and child sizes
  •     100% recyclable, reusable, easily sanitized with antibacterial soap and water
  •     Highly durable clear and scratch resistant lens made of thermoformed polyester
  •     Full facial coverage minimizing risk of self-inoculation by touching one’s face or eyes
  •     Facilitates clear and effective verbal and non-verbal communication showing one’s facial expressions and lip movement
  •     Less claustrophobic, no impact on breathing resistance, and eyeglasses less likely to fog
  •     No fit testing required, wearers do not need to be clean shaven, and easily tolerated for longer periods
  •     Shield easily attaches with three innovative patent pending live hinges to brim of cap or visor

Cap Guard face shields are the clear choice of face covering alternatives as part of the overall strategy to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 in the community setting. Cap Guard face shields are ideal for the education sector to aid that teacher-student connection, food, beverage, and retail sectors where the tip of brand is conveyed with an employee's smile, the security industry, and manufacturing - anywhere where one benefits from full facial visibility for maximum effective verbal and nonverbal communication. To learn more visit

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