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Machine: ResMed S9 Autoset
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Mask Make & Model: Resmed Airfit P10
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RE: Need tip for tip of Resmed Quattro FF Mask
(03-24-2015 10:10 PM)surferdude2 Wrote:  You may also wonder if perhaps you may want to start upping your pressure and finally recover the ability to sleep on your back.

You misunderstood me Surfie,

I sleep on my back great. And on my left side wonderfully as well. Not so the right side of course --- that would be goofy.

So why would I want to change stuff? Because it's who I am --- it's what I do...........
03-24-2015 10:50 PM
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Machine: Resmed A10 Autoset
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Mask Make & Model: F20 (newest Resmed ffm)
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Post: #42
RE: Need tip for tip of Resmed Quattro FF Mask
(03-24-2015 07:46 PM)retired_guy Wrote:  It was nice reading this old thread and remembering my ffm's. I moved to the P10 in April last year and haven't looked back. You'll find that too I suspect. In fact, everyone will: Resistance is futile.

So far (two nights) I'm liking the P10 a lot. First night not so much, woke up a lot with mouth leaks. Second night I set a new record low AHI of 4. Keeping the chin strap on all night made a big difference. Hoping to grow out of the chin strap eventually.


(03-24-2015 08:52 PM)surferdude2 Wrote:  Another thing I find to be helpful is to use a cloth liner in the nose area of the mask. I make mine from over the hill tee shirts since pure cotton is nice and soft.

This self made liner makes for better nose comfort but does another important function, it diffuses any air leaks in the area of the eyes which were previously very bothersome.

Another tip that you may find useful...right after washing the mask cushion, let it dry and then wipe it with a Pampers, the things used for babies butts. They have no perfume and are hypoallergenic. They have a small amount of aloe mixed with the water that moisturizes them and when that dries on the mask cushion, it leaves a coating on there that when you rub your finger across the cushion, you'll feel more drag than usual. Nothing gummy, just less slick than the silicon of the cushion.

Great info! I know there will be times when I can't use the P10, so the ffm will have to be comfortable for those times... Smile
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03-25-2015 10:57 AM
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