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RE: New Approach to Thoroughly Cleaning Your CPAP
Quote:besides, the elbow grease is good for you....

Brain lubricant? Let's the rocks move easier?

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02-04-2013 05:30 PM
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Post: #32
RE: New Approach to Thoroughly Cleaning Your CPAP
(02-04-2013 05:30 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote:  
Quote:besides, the elbow grease is good for you....

Brain lubricant? Let's the rocks move easier?

Depends which rocks you are referring to...;-)
02-04-2013 08:03 PM
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Post: #33
RE: New Approach to Thoroughly Cleaning Your CPAP
(02-04-2013 05:30 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote:  
Quote:besides, the elbow grease is good for you....

Brain lubricant? Let's the rocks move easier?

Brain lubricant, better known as cerebrospinal fluid is not going to help move rocks. Actually to the touch if feels like an almost rubbery consistency, smells like bellybutton lint (don't ask how I know) and has the appearance of urine (it could be clear or if protein is present it could have a yellow tinge.) There are other bodily fluids that smell worse, but still, it's less than delightful. eeew
The good news is you do NOT encounter this stuff by accident.
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RE: New Approach to Thoroughly Cleaning Your CPAP
Why, Ugly, do you regularly do spinal taps? And yes, there are a LOT of things the body has in it that smell worse. Trust me on that.
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Post: #35
RE: New Approach to Thoroughly Cleaning Your CPAP
Thanks everyone for participating in this thread. I think we've all discussed this subject to death and there's really not a lot more one side is going to say that will convince the other side to change their opinions.

Everyone will have to read the thread for themselves and decided whether this product is viable for their cleaning issues or not.

Both sides (including the Sales Rep for the product) has had ample opportunity to present their evidence and information.

It's been informative and fun, but for now, the thread is closed.

Thanks

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