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Question about a nasal mask
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RE: Question about a nasal mask
(01-18-2019, 04:30 PM)Ronm25 Wrote: I'd gotten used to having one strap closer to the back of my head with my old headgear.  Probably because it had lost it's stretch over time.  I'll move the top strap back up tonight and see how I fare.  Honestly I slept so good last night I didn't notice anything until I woke up this morning.  

Thanks for the suggestion!

Thanks

The p10 straps lose their stretchiness after a while.

Wash them in very hot water and let dry, they'll shrink back to size an get back a lot of their springiness.

Now that you're wearing them different you might get some blisters. I did when I first started using them, and then again after I took a break from them and went back.

Blisters will let a few days, then skin will toughen up.
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