I tried a Padacheek liner with my Mirage Quattro FFM. The liner is nicely designed and made but I had to increase the tension on the head gear to get my leaks back to where they started from. Kind of defeated the purpose in my case. I have not suffered from skin irritation. The Tshirt material sounds like it would work well. Depending on the microfiber, it may be too thick and/or too porous.
02-14-2016, 08:20 PM
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I suspect the microfiber is unsuitable for mask liner use. Ideally you would want something thin and soft so the mask liner could still be able to flex and conform to the face.
As I mentioned, I use tee-shirt material to make my liners. They do a good job of diffusing the leaks around the nose that ordinarily are very bothersome to the eyes. They also make the nose bridge area more comfortable.
I have never tried the pad a cheeks liners, not having needed anything other than the tee-shirt ones. It will be interesting to see how they work for you.
Please post back your results so others can benefit. Best wishes for the outcome!
03-04-2016, 08:32 PM
I use the F10 FFM. Initally there were excessive leaks. I tried the REMzzzS liners and they work well but are $25 for 30 day supply. Cheap if they work. Tea shirt did not work at all for me. I think I saw these liners for the View somewhere also. Check the website or call as it does not directly list the View only Amara?
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. --Confucius
03-09-2016, 11:48 AM
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Remzzzs cause my F10 to leak badly but make my previously unusable Simplus usable with low leak rates. It's so subjective! I get 3 nights from a new Remzzz and 2 from a washed one so that helps immensely with the cost. For me, they're providing a decent nights sleep with effective therapy