(11-03-2013, 12:19 AM)MargaretA Wrote: Would love the instructions, I have heard of mask liners so your help would be much appreciated. I'm in a rural area so not a great deal of pollution (hopefully no fires as is so dry here) so will see how it goes with the cleaning. What about the headstraps - do you also wash them twice a week? Thank you.
I bought some Remzzz’s Mask Liners a 6 pack and although they say to only use them once you can wash them and get about 5-6 uses. I then made a template of what I needed from their liners and went to a fabric shop and got 3 ft of 50% cotton / 50% poly fabric and cut out my own and they also last 5-6 uses, the next time I bought 3 ft of 50% cotton / 50% lycra fabric. That last me about 3 months and costs about ten dollars. No need to do any sewing.
You may have to buy a packet over the net and do some adjusting for the Quattro Air as it is a new mask on the market.
I'm going to see my supplier in a bit over a week to have a look at the Quattro Air and decide whether I want to update.
I only do the head straps every couple of weeks or they start to strech, I would only do them as you think you need too.
Just another tip I have for newbies, have your hose coming from above your head not by your side, it pulls the mask up instead of dragging it down and saves you getting tangled. You can buy a product called a Hose Lift or you could make one yourself easily or hang it over your bed head if you have one, I made my own very easily and cheaperly, keep asking questions Margaret